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International business: evolution, consolidation and identification of leading research topics

dc.creatorAnzo Múnera, Edithspa
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dc.date.created2012spa
dc.identifier.citationAnzo Múnera, E. (2012). Negocios internacionales: evolución, consolidación e identificación de los temas que lideran el campo de investigación. Revista Ciencias Estratégicas, 20(27), pp.77-93spa
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dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11407/3440
dc.descriptionRevista Ciencias Estratégicas. Vol. 20 - No. 27 (Enero - Junio 2012) El artículo mostrará el proceso vivido por los negocios internacionales para identificarse como un campo de investigación con teorías propias, resaltando su origen y evolución en los siglos XX y XXI, donde se presentan los temas que han liderado la investigación en negocios internacionales y sus nuevas direcciones tomadas por el campo en busca de su propio objeto de estudio. En su proceso de consolidación se mostrarán las principales corrientes de investigación y el debate existente al considerar desprenderse de las demás disciplinas económicas y administrativas con un objeto de estudio propio, o continuar dependiendo de ellas. También se hará un análisis de la frontera de investigación del campo mostrando la posición que ocupan los agentes de acuerdo con su aporte al crecimiento académico de este. Una versión preliminar a este trabajo se presentó en el XVI Congreso Internacional de Contaduría, Administración e Informática de la UNAM-2011.spa
dc.descriptionThis article shows the process experienced in international business to identify itself as a research field with their own theories, highlighting their source and evolution in the XX and XXI century, which introduces the topics that have led the international business research and new directions taken by the field for its own object of study. In its consolidation process, main research directions will be shown as well as the ongoing debate by considering the fact that this field emerges from the other financial and administrative disciplines with its own object of study or it continues relying on them. Finally, a research field frontier analysis will be done by showing the agent ranking according to their contribution to the academic growth. A preliminary version of this paper was presented at the XVI International Congress of Accounting, Business Administration and Computer Science from UNAM-2011.spa
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dc.publisherUniversidad Pontificia Bolivarianaspa
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dc.sourceRevista Ciencias Estratégicasspa
dc.subjectNegocios internacionalesspa
dc.subjectCampo de investigaciónspa
dc.subjectPierre Bourdieuspa
dc.subjectFrontera de investigaciónspa
dc.subjectInternational businessspa
dc.subjectResearch fieldspa
dc.subjectPierre Bourdieuspa
dc.subjectResearch frontiersspa
dc.titleNegocios internacionales: evolución, consolidación e identificación de los temas que lideran el campo de investigaciónspa
dc.titleInternational business: evolution, consolidation and identification of leading research topicsspa
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dc.typeArticlespa
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dc.publisher.programEconomíaspa
dc.publisher.programNegocios Internacionalesspa
dc.publisher.facultyFacultad de Ciencias Económicas y Administrativasspa
dc.identifier.e-issn23900024spa
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dc.creator.affiliationAnzo Múnera, Edith; Universidad de Medellínspa
dc.relation.ispartofesRevista Ciencias Estratégicas. Vol. 20 - No. 27 (Enero - Junio 2012)spa


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