Economia Colaborativa: Análise da Produção Científica em Revistas Acadêmicas

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https://doi.org/10.7769/gesec.v7i3.617

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Economia Colaborativa, Consumo Colaborativo, Estudo bibliométrico Scopus

Resumo

Propiciada pelas novas tecnologias e internet e acrescida pela crise surge a Economia Colaborativa, um movimento que permite a indivíduos utilizar e trocar serviços ou bens objetivando uma compensação acordada entre as partes. O objetivo deste estudo é mostrar o estado atual da investigação científica sobre Economia Colaborativa.  A metodologia utilizada é uma análise bibliométrica de carácter descritivo e exploratório dos artigos publicados em revistas indexadas a base de dados Scopus (Elsevier). Mediante uma procura avançada de termos foram identificados e analizados 165 documentos. Os resultados obtidos demonstram o crescente interesse da comunidade científica, principalmente nos países anglo-saxões (Estados Unidos e Reino Unido) pelo tema nos últimos cinco anos, motivado por seu rápido crescimento e seus efeitos sobre diversos aspectos do modelo de vida atual. Encontrou-se um maior número de publicações nas áreas de ciências sociais, informática e empresa, administração e contabilidade. 

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Biografia do Autor

Amador Durán-Sánchez, Universidad de Extremadura

Ph. Doctorate Student Research Program in the area of Public Law University of Extremadura (Spain), and degree in Administration and Business Management by the University of Extremadura. Master’s Degree in Social Science Research University of Extremadura (Spain). His main research topics are: Tourism, Active and Adventure Tourism and Wine Tourism.

José Álvarez-García, Universidad de Extremadura University of Extremadura

PhD in Direction and Planning of Tourism by the University of Vigo. Currently he is assistant professor and researcher at the Accounting and Financial Economy Department of the Faculty of Business Studies and Tourism at the University of Extremadura, (Spain). Previously professor at the University of Vigo. Official University Master's in Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship (University of Vigo) and Master MBA Executive of Business Administration & Management (Business School Caixa Nova). He has published various research articles in indexed international journals and different book chapters. His main research topics are: Quality Management Systems, Q for Tourist Quality, Thermalism, Health and Wellness, Wine Tourism and entrepreneurship

María de la Cruz del Río-Rama, Universidad de Vigo

María de la Cruz del Río-Rama received her PhD in Management and Business by the University of Vigo. Currently she is assistant professor and researcher at the Business Organization and Marketing Department of the University of Vigo. She was also invited professor in several master programs in the area of quality management. Publications and collaborations in research projects linked with business and tourism are numerous in her career. Her main research topics are: Quality Management Systems, Q for Tourist Quality, Thermalism, Health and Wellness, Wine Tourism, Entrepreneurship and Higher Education.

Claudia Patricia Maldonado-Erazo, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja

is post-graduate in the Master University in Research in Social Sciences and Legal: specialty in Business, Finance and Tourism (MUI) by the University of Extremadura of the Faculty of Business, Finance and Tourism (FEFyT), Cáceres (Spain). Currently she is a professor and researcher at the Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja (Ecuador) in the Department of Hospitality and Tourism. She has participated and participates in several funded research projects related to the development of rural tourism and the social and economic integration of cross-border communities. Its main lines of research are business, finance, tourism.

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2016-12-02

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Durán-Sánchez, A., Álvarez-García, J., del Río-Rama, M. de la C., & Maldonado-Erazo, C. P. (2016). Economia Colaborativa: Análise da Produção Científica em Revistas Acadêmicas. Revista De Gestão E Secretariado, 7(3), 1–20. https://doi.org/10.7769/gesec.v7i3.617

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