Produção científica brasileira em Gestão de Operações no período 2000-2010 Outros Idiomas

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9495
Resumo:
Este estudo analisa temas e métodos de pesquisa tratados por pesquisadores brasileiros da área de Gestão de Operações por meio de dois vetores complementares: a relevância e o rigor. Inicialmente, contemplaram-se os últimos 10 anos das principais revistas brasileiras da área de Administração. Complementarmente, analisaram-se periódicos internacionais mais relevantes da área de Gestão de Operações. Quanto aos temas mais frequentes nos artigos analisados, houve convergência entre o que foi publicado pelos autores brasileiros no Brasil e nos periódicos estrangeiros, com destaque para supply chain management e estratégia de operações. No que tange ao rigor metodológico, um dos principais desafios presentes é atentar para as mudanças em curso acerca de orientação metodológica dos estudos em Gestão de Operações no cenário internacional.
Citação ABNT:
PAIVA, E. L.; BRITO, L. A. L. Produção científica brasileira em Gestão de Operações no período 2000-2010. Revista de Administração de Empresas, v. 53, n. 1, p. 56-66, 2013.
Citação APA:
Paiva, E. L., & Brito, L. A. L. (2013). Produção científica brasileira em Gestão de Operações no período 2000-2010. Revista de Administração de Empresas, 53(1), 56-66.
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/9495/producao-cientifica-brasileira-em-gestao-de-operacoes-no-periodo-2000-2010/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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