A contribuição de Donald C. Hambrick para a teoria do alto escalão – um estudo bibliométrico

José Eduardo Valladares Teixeira

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Objetivo: Investigar o impacto das contribuições de Donald. C. Hambrick para a Teoria do Alto Escalão (Upper Echelon Theory - UET).

Abordagem: Estudo bibliométrico de citações e cocitações dos artigos que referenciam pesquisas publicadas por Donald C. Hambrick sobre o tema UET.

Resultados: Com este estudo, confirmou-se a relevância dos artigos publicados por Hambrick sobre a UET ao longo do tempo, a associação da UET a diferentes correntes teóricas no campo da Administração e identificaram-se frentes de pesquisa atuais sobre o tema.

Limitações da pesquisa: A pesquisa de citações da obra de Hambrick sobre UET foi limitada aos artigos por ele publicados em revistas acadêmicas revisadas por pares, o que eliminou da busca parte de sua produção sobre o tema. As citações aos artigos de Hambrick sobre UET foram obtidas, exclusivamente, na base ISI Web of Knowledge, que utiliza critérios declaradamente seletivos para a escolha de publicações nela indexadas.

Implicações práticas: A pesquisa identifica oportunidades de investigação adicional em temas associados à Teoria do Alto Escalão e para sua aplicação e análise em novos contextos.

Originalidade/Valor: Este é o primeiro estudo bibliométrico conhecido que compreende a análise de todos os artigos de Hambrick sobre a UET.


Palavras-chave


Donald C. Hambrick; Teoria do alto escalão; Estudo bibliométrico; Equipe de administração de topo.

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