UM ESTUDO BIBLIOMÉTRICO SOBRE CEOS NAS ESTRATÉGIAS EMPRESARIAIS

Simone Cesar da Silva Vicente, Diego Nogueira Rafael, Fernando Antonio Ribeiro Serra, Luiz Roberto Tiburcio Almeida

Resumo


Este estudo aponta as novas vertentes teóricas e sociais que envolvem os Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) nas estratégias das empresas, por meio de um estudo bibliométrico com técnicas de pareamento, com dados do período entre 1992 e 2019. Os estudos sobre CEOs estão intrinsecamente ligados às tomadas de decisões estratégicas. Os resultados indicam a preocupação dos pesquisadores com governança corporativa, experiência e aprendizagem, análise das compensações e remunerações vinculadas aos contratos, além da relevância do perfil do CEO. Este estudo contribui para teoria, indicando a multidisciplinaridade que envolve a tomada de decisão e modelo de pesquisa para estudos semelhantes em áreas do pesquisador.


Palavras-chave


CEO; Tomada de Decisão; Estratégia; Bibliometria; Pareamento.

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