Economia Colaborativa: Análise da Produção Científica em Revistas Acadêmicas

Amador Durán-Sánchez, José Álvarez-García, María de la Cruz del Río-Rama, Claudia Patricia Maldonado-Erazo

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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Economia Colaborativa, Consumo Colaborativo, Estudo bibliométrico Scopus

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