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Evoluã‡Ãƒo Da Pesquisa Brasileira Em Resource-Based View (Rbv): Estudo Dos Enanpad Na à Rea De Estratã‰Gia Entre 1997 - 2006

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  • Fernando A. Ribeiro Serra

    () (UNISUL Business School)

  • Manuel Portugal Ferreira

    () (Instituto Politécnico de Leiria)

  • Maurício Fernandes Pereira

    () (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina)

  • Juliano Lissoni

    () (UNISUL Business School)

Abstract

O objetivo do presente trabalho foi verificar a contribuição brasileira nos estudos de estratégia o enfoque na RESOURCE-BASED VIEW ? RBV. O estudo visou expor e analisar a evolução da pesquisa em RBV no Brasil, a partir dos trabalhos selecionados e apresentados no ENANPAD. No levantamento preliminar para a análise dos artigos, considerando 10 anos de ENANPAD (1997 ? 2006), foram selecionados 57 artigos. A identificação e seleção dos artigos envolveram os seguintes critérios: avaliação dos títulos e resumos dos artigos apresentados na área de estratégia entre 1997 e 2006; busca complementar por palavras-chave tais como RBV, VBR, recursos, capacidades, competências, visão baseada em recursos e resource-based view, core competence e de dynamic capabilitiess na base de dados do ENANPAD. Procedemos também à análise das referências utilizadas nos artigos. Na primeira parte revemos brevemente aspectos fundamentais da RBV. Na segunda parte apresentamos a metodologia seguida na coleta dos dados e fazemos à análise dos resultados. Concluímos com uma discussão geral, propondo a partir da evolução dos trabalhos nacionais uma agenda que possa orientar pesquisas futuras.

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  • Fernando A. Ribeiro Serra & Manuel Portugal Ferreira & Maurício Fernandes Pereira & Juliano Lissoni, 2008. "Evoluã‡Ãƒo Da Pesquisa Brasileira Em Resource-Based View (Rbv): Estudo Dos Enanpad Na à Rea De Estratã‰Gia Entre 1997 - 2006," Working Papers 9, globADVANTAGE, Polytechnic Institute of Leiria.
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    RBV; estratégia; ENANPAD.;

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    • M0 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - General
    • M1 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Business Administration

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