Análisis bibliométrico y sistémico de la relación entre la gestión y el carbono

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Publicado 11-02-2022
Yenny Naranjo Tuesta
Cristina Crespo Soler
Vicente Ripoll Feliu

Resumen

Este trabajo tiene como objetivo presentar un análisis bibliométrico y sistémico del Portafolio Bibliográfico (PB) examinando conjuntamente la literatura relacionada con temas como “Gas de efecto invernadero”, principalmente el carbono, y “Gestión”, según lo publicado en bases de datos como Web of Science y Scopus, en el campo de las ciencias económicas y sociales. Se empleó la metodología del Proceso de Desarrollo del Conocimiento y Constructivismo—Proknow-C— para establecer el portafolio final y a través del programa VosViewer se mapearon los diversos grupos o relaciones entre la literatura estudiada. El trabajo presenta los aspectos teóricos y metodológicos centrándose en las áreas, países de estudio y el reconocimiento de los autores más relevantes que han investigado este tema en particular. A partir de este modelo constructivista, se describen las variables de medición y se sintetizan los conceptos más utilizados en estos estudios, con el fin de proponer nuevos enfoques temáticos que puedan desarrollarse en el futuro.

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Naranjo Tuesta, Y., Crespo Soler, C., & Ripoll Feliu, V. (2022). Análisis bibliométrico y sistémico de la relación entre la gestión y el carbono. Cuadernos De Gestión, 22(1), 215–228. https://doi.org/10.5295/cdg.211442yn
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Keywords

Gestión del carbono, Gases de efecto invernadero, Cambio climático, Contabilidad de gestión, Sistemas de gestión, Proknow-C

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