Um Estudo Bibliométrico sobre Declínio Organizacional em Ambiente Empreendedor: Perspectivas e Tendências

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46648
Resumo:
Altas taxas de mortalidade estão ligadas a empresas recém-criadas. O objetivo deste artigo é o de pesquisar a produção acadêmica sobre declínio organizacional de empresas de pequeno porte em ambiente empreendedor. Para isso foi elaborado um estudo bibliométrico nos principais periódicos de empreendedorismo extraindo 239 trabalhos publicados entre 1989 e 2014 relacionados a declínio. Foram realizadas análises de citações e cocitações, bem como análise fatorial para identificar os principais temas de pesquisa, entender o estoque de conhecimento acumulado e as tendências teóricas. Foram identificados cinco núcleos de afinidade temática entre as referências utilizadas pelos artigos selecionados: abordagens teóricas fundamentais; administração estratégica e desempenho; risco, falha e sobrevivência; oportunidades e ciclo de vida. Este estudo forneceu as bases sobre as quais pesquisas futuras possam se desenvolver para preencher lacunas conceituais e empíricas.
Citação ABNT:
GUERRAZZI, L. A. C.; SERRA, F. A. R.; MARCHIANO, M.; PINTO, R. F. Um Estudo Bibliométrico sobre Declínio Organizacional em Ambiente Empreendedor: Perspectivas e Tendências. Revista da Micro e Pequena Empresa, v. 11, n. 2, p. 72-88, 2017.
Citação APA:
Guerrazzi, L. A. C., Serra, F. A. R., Marchiano, M., & Pinto, R. F. (2017). Um Estudo Bibliométrico sobre Declínio Organizacional em Ambiente Empreendedor: Perspectivas e Tendências. Revista da Micro e Pequena Empresa, 11(2), 72-88.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.21714/19-82-25372017v11n2p7288
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Tipo de documento:
Artigo
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Português
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