Orientaciones estratégicas de los investigadores en el campo de la administración: Un estudio comparativo entre regiones y disciplinas

Mario Ernesto Martínez Avella, Iliana Páez Gabriunas

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This article presents an analytical model to establish the preferences Business and Management Studies researchers have in Knowledge Production Modes. The panel data methodology is applied on the scientific production of 240 researchers in the time period 2006-2001 and significant differences are found in three strategic orientations (interdisciplinary, applied and external interaction) used by researchers depending on their disciplines and regions of work. The findings show Management researchers are more oriented towards interdisciplinary and external interaction methods than Finance researchers are (the latter are more oriented towards applied methods), and Latin-American researchers tend to do research more oriented towards the applied methods than Anglo-Saxons do. New perspectives are left open to study the relevance of business and management research.
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)83-114
Number of pages32
JournalCuadernos de Administración
Issue number52
StatePublished - 2016
Externally publishedYes

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