Emprendimiento académico y spin-off universitario: una revisión sistemática de la literatura

Palabras clave: emprendimiento académico, transferencia tecnológica, spin-off universitario y académico, universidad.

Resumen

El presente estudio explora la literatura científica relacionada con el emprendimiento académico y spin-off en el contexto universitario con el fin de identificar cómo está organizada la información en este campo de estudio, cuáles son los enfoques teóricos y metodológicos abordados en la literatura, así como detectar brechas para futuras líneas de investigación. Se realizó una revisión sistemática a 57 artículos indexados, obtenidos de la base de datos Scopus y publicados entre enero de 2014 y octubre de 2019. Primero se llevó a cabo un análisis bibliométrico a través del software VOSviewer, posteriormente
se analizó el contenido del conjunto de estudios para cumplir los objetivos. Los resultados confirman que existe una creciente literatura relacionada al emprendimiento académico, pero fragmentada bajo enfoques teóricos heterogéneos. En suma, las metodologías cuantitativas van en ascenso y futuras investigaciones holísticas son sugeridas.

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2020-03-30
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Terán - Pérez, B. M., Valdez Lafarga, C., & Miranda Félix, A. (2020). Emprendimiento académico y spin-off universitario: una revisión sistemática de la literatura. Revista Perspectiva Empresarial, 7(1), 87 - 103. https://doi.org/10.16967/23898186.630
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