Propondo EESSGG para o desempenho da gestão urbana orientada à stakeholders: uma perspectiva teórica

Donizete Beck


Objetivo: Investigar as medidas de desempenho urbano mais apropriadas para uma gestão urbana orientada a stakeholders.

Método: Este estudo fez uma síntese da pesquisa de 47 artigos extraídos da Scopus.

Originalidade/Relevância: Haja visto que medidas de desempenho urbano são úteis para satisfazer as necessidades dos stakeholders da gestão urbana, a originalidade deste estudo é a proposição de uma série de medidas de desempenho urbano para acadêmicos e profissionais. Assim, estratégias urbanas baseadas em tais medidas podem criar valor para stakeholders urbanos.

Resultados: A principal contribuição é propor medidas de desempenho urbano baseadas na literatura de Estudos Urbanos, as quais permitem avaliar o quão uma gestão é orientada aos stakeholders, são elas: “Environmental, Economic, and Social Sustainability, Global Cities, and Governance” (EESSGG). Uma gestão urbana baseada na EESSGG permite aos governos locais criarem valor para stakeholders e formar redes urbanas de recursos técnicos e humanos, promovendo o desenvolvimento urbano. A gestão urbana é mais complexa e não tem fins lucrativos. Por isso, EESSGG é mais apropriado para a gestão urbana do que o clássico empresarial “Environmental, Social, and Governance” (ESG).

Contribuições Sociais/Gerenciais: EESSGG é uma ferramenta eficaz para planejadores urbanos e formuladores de políticas públicas promoverem uma gestão urbana orientada aos stakeholders, e consequentemente, uma governança urbana democrática.


Desempenho Urbano; Orientação aos Stakeholders; Sustentabilidade Urbana; Teoria dos Stakeholders; Gestão Urbana

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