CONSELHO DE ADMINISTRAÇÃO EM EMPRESAS FAMILIARES: UMA ANÁLISE BIBLIOMÉTRICA DE CITAÇÃO E COCITAÇÃO

Elaine Aparecida Maruyama Vieira Nakamura, Fernando Antonio Ribeiro Serra, Ivano Ribeiro

Resumo


Objetivo - Neste artigo o objetivo foi compreender a estrutura intelectual e as tendências dos estudos sobre conselhos de administração em empresas familiares.

Quadro teórico - A literatura que sustenta o estudo se pauta no modelo de gestão familiar e dualidade de papéis desempenhados pelos membros, composição e caráter do conselho destas organizações (CALABRÒ et al., 2018; COLES; MCWILLIAMS; SEN, 2001; CORBETTA; SALVATO, 2012; LESTER; CANNELLA, 2006).

Metodologia - A pesquisa foi realizada por meio de uma análise bibliométrica de citação e cocitação, a amostra foi composta por 101 estudos publicados na base de dados da Web of Science entre os anos de 1999 até 2018.

Resultados - Como resultados são apresentados os estudos e autores mais proeminentes sobre o tema, assim como, se demonstra a evolução das pesquisas na área e alguns indícios sobre a articulação dos principais conceitos e teorias.

Implicações de pesquisa - A investigação fornece uma melhor compreensão sobre as pesquisas em conselhos familiares. Tema o qual, devido a complexa dinâmica que envolve as relações entre os membros da família e o negócio é discutido por meio de abordagens multi-teóricas.

Originalidade/valor - Como contribuições destaca-se a identificação de três grandes campos teóricos que emergiram da Análise Fatorial Exploratória, os quais permitem um melhor direcionamento para as pesquisas sobre conselhos de empresas familiares.

Palavras-chave: conselheiros; empresas familiares; tomada de decisão; estratégia; CEO.


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conselheiros; empresas familiares; tomada de decisão; estratégia; CEO.

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