Research and Theory of Corporate Political Activity (CPA): A Bibliometric Analysis Outros Idiomas

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As atividades políticas corporativas (CPA, do inglês Corporate Political Activity) são formas pelas quais as empresas se utilizam para tentar influenciar as políticas e os ambientes regulatórios em favor de seus interesses. Este artigo tem como objetivo destacar a importância da CPA no contexto de as empresas buscarem alinhamento político para desenvolverem suas estratégias. Por meio de uma análise bibliométrica, realizada com base em 180 artigos, foi possível verificar que Estados Unidos, Canadá, China têm avançado efetivamente em pesquisas a respeito do tema. Pela necessidade de desenvolver mais estudos sobre o assunto no Brasil, sugestões de futuras pesquisas são apresentadas, pois se entende que, por meio de um maior número de estudos relacionados às CPAs, passa-se a compreender os motivos e formas pelas quais empresas se envolvem com o ambiente regulatório. O artigo contribui em clarear o campo das atividades políticas corporativas, sua classificação e implicações, avançando com as necessidades futuras para os pesquisadores desta comunidade.
Citação ABNT:
PARTYKA, R. B.; LANA, J.; GAMA, M. A. B.; MARCON, R. Research and Theory of Corporate Political Activity (CPA): A Bibliometric Analysis. Revista de Negócios, v. 24, n. 1, p. 7-20, 2019.
Citação APA:
Partyka, R. B., Lana, J., Gama, M. A. B., & Marcon, R. (2019). Research and Theory of Corporate Political Activity (CPA): A Bibliometric Analysis. Revista de Negócios, 24(1), 7-20.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.7867/1980-4431.2019v24n1p7-20
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Inglês
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