Pesquisa em empreendedorismo no principal periódico internacional: um estudo bibliométrico das publicações no journal of business venturing entre 1987 e 2010 Outros Idiomas

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30770
Resumo:
Este artigo visa entender o estoque de conhecimento acumulado na pesquisa em empreendedorismo. Um estudo bibliométrico dos artigos publicados entre 1987 e 2010 no Journal of Business Venturing. As análises, sobre uma amostra de 413 artigos, incide nos autores mais prolíficos, nacionalidade, frequência de citações, redes de cocitações e dos temas pesquisados no período. Observa-se que a pesquisa tem sido liderada por norte-americanos e confirma-se a multidisciplinaridade da pesquisa em empreendedorismo que em absorvido da maioria das teorias de Administração, da teoria da agência aos custos de transação, e da visão baseada nos recursos ao ambiente social em que os empreendedores e a criação de novas empresas estão imersos. No entanto, notamos que embora o campo de empreendedorismo seja vasto, a pesquisa se concentra mais em torno de temas como os recursos para o empreendedorismo, criação de valor e desempenho, ambiente externo e determinantes do empreendedorismo, o processo empreendedor, características psicológicas e individuais do empreendedor e aspetos metodológicos.
Citação ABNT:
FERREIRA, M. P.; MIRANDA, R.; REIS, N. R. D.; PINTO, C. F.; SERRA, F. R. Pesquisa em empreendedorismo no principal periódico internacional: um estudo bibliométrico das publicações no journal of business venturing entre 1987 e 2010. Revista de Empreendedorismo e Gestão de Pequenas Empresas, v. 3, n. 1, p. 56-83, 2014.
Citação APA:
Ferreira, M. P., Miranda, R., Reis, N. R. D., Pinto, C. F., & Serra, F. R. (2014). Pesquisa em empreendedorismo no principal periódico internacional: um estudo bibliométrico das publicações no journal of business venturing entre 1987 e 2010. Revista de Empreendedorismo e Gestão de Pequenas Empresas, 3(1), 56-83.
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