Treinta y cinco años de investigación en gestión estratégica. Un análisis de países utilizando técnicas bibliométricas para el período 1987-2021

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Publicado 11-05-2022
Nelson A. Andrade-Valbuena
Leslier Valenzuela-Fernández
José M. Merigó

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Como un campo de estudio importante, treinta y cinco años deinvestigación en gestión estratégica han acumulado una cantidad sustancial deconocimiento. Este estudio bibliométrico explora si el flujo ilimitado deconocimiento y la globalización de la educación y la investigación en esteperíodo de tiempo, podría alejar (o disuadir) la identificación y el interésespecífico de investigación de fenómenos de importancia nacional. Utilizandotécnicas bibliométricas y procedimientos de visualización de similitudes (VOS) de análisis de citas y co-citas, este documentoexplora las tendencias de investigación a nivel de país durante 35 añosutilizando datos de la base de datos Web of Science. Los objetivos se centranen identificar: 1) los actores más visibles y destacados a nivel nacional,regional y mundial; 2) la evolución de los temas de investigación de la gestiónestratégica a nivel país, global y suprarregional; y 3)  la evolución de las revistas que publicanartículos de investigación de gestión estratégica por ubicación. Los hallazgossugieren que los temas de investigación comunes coexisten en niveles superioresde agregación, estableciendo el “paradigma” o acuerdo general sobre los límitesde campo de estudio. Además, los hallazgos muestran que, a nivel de países,existe una diversificación persistente de agendas de investigación, que seinclinan a estudiar eventos nacionales y supranacionales de lugaresgeográficamente cercanos, en vez de seguir una tendencia global.

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Andrade-Valbuena, N. A., Valenzuela-Fernández, L., & Merigó, J. M. (2022). Treinta y cinco años de investigación en gestión estratégica. Un análisis de países utilizando técnicas bibliométricas para el período 1987-2021. Cuadernos De Gestión, 22(2), 7–22. https://doi.org/10.5295/cdg.211441na
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Gestión Estratégica, Bibliometría, Análisis de País, Análisis de red VOS

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