Cadeias Globais de Valor, Redes de Negócios, Estratégia e Negócios Internacionais: Convergências

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55164
Resumo:
'Objetivo' – O objetivo deste artigo é esclarecer a distinção entre as cadeias globais de valor e as vertentes selecionadas da literatura sobre negócios; redes de negócios, estratégia e negócios internacionais. Essas quatro áreas de pesquisa têm perguntas iniciais muitas vezes diferentes e os públicos a que se dirigem também diferem. Houve tentativas de estabelecer ligações entre essas teorias, mas isso é uma exceção, e não a regra. 'Metodologia' – Os princípios e conceitos básicos das quatro áreas são identificados. Os resultados foram usados para desenvolver uma matriz resumida das abordagens. Nossa via metodológica é indutiva e inferencial, pois a tarefa envolve a busca de semelhanças, complementaridades e sobreposições entre as quatro disciplinas de ciências sociais. 'Resultados' – A literatura dos campos estudados se sobrepõe às questões que tentam entender, mesmo que não usem terminologia idêntica. As quatro áreas defendem o mesmo princípio na compreensão do campo organizacional: a complexidade. As empresas são incentivadas a realizar trocas com outras empresas. 'Contribuições' – A contribuição teórica deste artigo baseia-se na ideia de que, embora os quatro campos de pesquisa – CGV, redes de negócios, estratégia e negócios internacionais – avancem de forma independente, origens comuns podem ser observadas, permitindo um conjunto de proposições comuns.
Citação ABNT:
HUMPHREY, J.; TODEVA, E.; ARMANDO, E.; GIGLIO, E. Cadeias Globais de Valor, Redes de Negócios, Estratégia e Negócios Internacionais: Convergências. Revista Brasileira de Gestão de Negócios, v. 21, n. 4, p. 607-627, 2019.
Citação APA:
Humphrey, J., Todeva, E., Armando, E., & Giglio, E. (2019). Cadeias Globais de Valor, Redes de Negócios, Estratégia e Negócios Internacionais: Convergências. Revista Brasileira de Gestão de Negócios, 21(4), 607-627.
DOI:
10.7819/rbgn.v21i4.4014
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/55164/cadeias-globais-de-valor--redes-de-negocios--estrategia-e-negocios-internacionais--convergencias/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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