Responsabilidad Social Corporativa y Emprendimiento: evolución y tendencias de investigación

Palabras clave: Árbol de la ciencia, Emprendimiento social, Mapeo científico, Responsabilidad Social, Sostenibilidad.

Resumen

La Responsabilidad Social Corporativa y el emprendimiento son temas de gran amplitud e importancia teórica y práctica, los cuales, han sido abordados desde diversas perspectivas y aplicables en diferentes escenarios. Aunque el interés por ambos temas se ha incrementado en los últimos años, no se ha evidenciado una revisión bibliográfica que muestre su evolución y sus tendencias mediante un análisis de citaciones. Por tanto, el presente artículo tuvo como propósito identificar las tendencias de investigación emergentes en estos temas, cubriendo la literatura de Web of Science y Scopus mediante el mapeo científico. Para esto, se desarrolló un análisis bibliométrico de la producción científica; y se utilizó la analogía del árbol para clasificar los documentos principales. Los resultados reflejaron que la Responsabilidad Social Corporativa es aplicable a cualquier tipo de organización, sin embargo, en empresas pequeñas y emprendimientos se ve limitada debido a presiones de grupos de interés. En el análisis de citaciones se evidenciaron tres perspectivas o corrientes de investigación:  desempeño y sostenibilidad; cambios institucionales y organizacionales; valor compartido y emprendimiento social. En términos prácticos, los gerentes y emprendedores pueden implementar estrategias innovadoras y sostenibles bajo modelos de responsabilidad social integradores.

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Biografía del autor/a

Viviana Ramos-Enríquez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Manizales, Colombia.

Administradora de Empresas (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), Candidata a Magister en Administración (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), con experiencia en el sector financiero. Docente de Bachillerato Colegio Villa de las Palmas Palmira en áreas de administración, emprendimiento y contabilidad. Investigadora perteneciente al grupo GEN (Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Palmira). Campos de conocimiento y experiencias en: Responsabilidad Social Organizacional, Teoría y gestión organizacional, Marketing.

Pedro Duque , Universidad Católica Luis Amigó, Manizales, Colombia.

Administrador de empresas (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), Magister en Administración (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), Candidato a doctor en administración (Universidad Nacional de Colombia). Profesor tiempo completo de la Facultad de ciencias administrativas, económicas y contables de la Universidad Católica Luis Amigó. Docente catedrático Facultad de ciencias jurídicas y sociales Universidad de Caldas. Investigador del grupo ECOSOL (Universidad Católica Luis Amigó) en las áreas de Marketing y Responsabilidad Social.

Jaime Andres Vieira Salazar , Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Manizales, Colombia.

Ingeniero industrial (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), Magister en Administración de desarrollo (University of Birmingham –UK-), Magister en Administración (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), Doctor en Ciencias de la Gestión (Université de Rouen –Francia-). Profesor asociado de tiempo completo de la Facultad de Administración de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, sede Manizales desde 2003. Temáticas recurrentes de investigación y docencia: responsabilidad social empresarial, responsabilidad social universitaria, teoría y gestión administrativa y organizacional, investigación en ciencias de gestión. Fundador y director del grupo de investigación Gestión Responsable para la Sostenibilidad Territorial GREST.

 

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Publicado
2021-04-08
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Ramos-Enríquez, V., Duque , P., & Vieira Salazar , J. A. (2021). Responsabilidad Social Corporativa y Emprendimiento: evolución y tendencias de investigación. Desarrollo Gerencial, 13(1), 1-34. https://doi.org/10.17081/dege.13.1.4210
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