A Pesquisa em Gestão da Sustentabilidade Ambiental: Evolução Intelectual e Agenda Futura a Partir de um Estudo Bibliométrico de Citação e Cocitação Outros Idiomas

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Este artigo tem por objetivo compreender a estrutura intelectual que conecta teorias e autores que pesquisam a gestão da sustentabilidade ambiental em relação aos desafios das organizações. No intuito de propor uma agenda de investigação futura sobre o tema realizou-se uma pesquisa bibliométrica a partir dos artigos publicados em periódicos internacionais na base de dados “ Web of Science – ISI Web of Knowledg e ”, considerando quatro periódicos de referência nos anos disponíveis nesta base, a saber: Business Strategy and the Environment (FI=2,877), Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management (FI=2,804), Ecological Economics (FI=4,062), Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (FI=3,398). Com a análise bibliométrica dos artigos selecionados na área de gestão da sustentabilidade identificaram-se os trabalhos mais referenciados, as publicações mais relevantes e os periódicos da amostra. A análise de cocitação demonstrou as relações conceituais entre os trabalhos que fundamentaram o tema e as tendências dos estudos na área. Os resultados mostraram três grandes áreas de estudo: 1) “ Importância e Desafios para a Sustentabilidade Ambiental ” (ligada a três outras subáreas de estudo: “Alertas, Urgências e Avaliação da Sustentabilidade” (F2), “Custos e Riscos da Não Sustentabilidade” (F4) e “Valor dos Bens e Serviços Ambientais” (F5); 2) “ Crescimento Econômico e Meio Ambiente” (F1) e 3) “ Sustentabilidade e Vantagem Competitiva ” (F3). Este artigo contribui para o melhor conhecimento sobre o tema sustentabilidade ambiental e para a orientação de pesquisas futuras nesta temática.
Citação ABNT:
ASSAN, M. A. C.; SERRA, F. R.; MEIRA, S. R.; KNIESS, C. T. A Pesquisa em Gestão da Sustentabilidade Ambiental: Evolução Intelectual e Agenda Futura a Partir de um Estudo Bibliométrico de Citação e Cocitação . Desenvolvimento em Questão, v. 16, n. 42, p. 342-374, 2018.
Citação APA:
Assan, M. A. C., Serra, F. R., Meira, S. R., & Kniess, C. T. (2018). A Pesquisa em Gestão da Sustentabilidade Ambiental: Evolução Intelectual e Agenda Futura a Partir de um Estudo Bibliométrico de Citação e Cocitação . Desenvolvimento em Questão, 16(42), 342-374.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.21527/2237-6453.2018.42.342-374
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