Revisión de la investigación sobre localización de empresas: un análisis bibliométrico de 1968 a 2022

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54790/rccs.92

Palabras clave:

ubicación de la empresa, cadena de valor, multinacional, análisis de copalabras, análisis bibliométrico, SciMAT, análisis longitudinal, diagrama estratégico, red temática

Resumen

Esta investigación presenta los resultados de un análisis bibliométrico de investigaciones académicas publicadas sobre el tema de localización empresarial durante el período de 1968 a 2022. Específicamente, busca identificar, desde una perspectiva longitudinal en el tiempo, las relaciones entre temas pasados y actuales, así como predecir tendencias emergentes en este campo de investigación. El análisis se ha realizado mediante el software SciMAT, a través del cual se obtienen diagramas estratégicos y redes temáticas en función de la coocurrencia de palabras clave. Se procesaron un total de 509 documentos de 1138 autores y 1799 grupos de palabras clave. Los resultados muestran que los principales temas dentro del área de localización de negocios en los últimos cinco años son “Inversión Extranjera Directa”, “Perspectiva”, “Crecimiento” y “Decisiones”.

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Biografía del autor/a

German Gemar, Universidad de Málaga

Profesor de Economía y Administración de Empresas en la Universidad de Málaga, España, en el Departamento de Economía y Administración de Empresas. Es Doctor en Administración de Empresas por la Universidad de Málaga. Su investigación se ha centrado en gestión estratégica, negocios, supervivencia empresarial, turismo, hotelería, medio ambiente, responsabilidad social corporativa y distancia cultural. También ha dirigido hoteles durante 15 años y ha trabajado como director general de la Diputación Provincial de Málaga.

Virginia Pérez-Benítez, Universidad de Málaga

Profesora de Economía y Administración de Empresas en la Universidad de Málaga, España, en el Departamento de Economía y Administración de Empresas. Su investigación se ha centrado en métodos cuantitativos en la investigación económica y empresarial.

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03.07.2024

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Gemar, G., & Pérez-Benítez, V. (2024). Revisión de la investigación sobre localización de empresas: un análisis bibliométrico de 1968 a 2022. Revista CENTRA De Ciencias Sociales, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.54790/rccs.92

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