Capital social y desarrollo sostenible

Un análisis bibliométrico y de visualización

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Resumen

Desde 1990, las investigaciones referentes al capital social (CS) y Desarrollo Sostenible (DS) han aumentado considerablemente debido a que el CS mejora las dimensiones del DS. El objetivo de este estudio es brindar un panorama bibliométrico de la literatura existente en los campos de CS y DS, a través de una visión cuantitativa.  Los datos recopilados comprendieron el periodo de 1994-2022, con los conjuntos de datos de Scopus. Las unidades de análisis fueron revistas, países, instituciones, autores y publicaciones. Los métodos bibliométricos utilizados fueron el análisis de desempeño y el mapeo científico. El análisis de desempeño utilizó indicadores como el índice h, la productividad, el umbral de citas y las dimensiones de temporalidad. Para el mapeo científico se manejaron las técnicas de citas conjuntas y la co-ocurrencia de palabras clave; se crearon mapas de redes con el apoyo del software VOSviewer. Los resultados mostraron que Reino Unido es el país más productivo e influyente en publicaciones referentes a CS y DS. Los autores Ann Dale y Lenore Newman, fueron los más representativos. La sustentabilidad, el capital humano y los tipos de capital social: unión, puente y vertical, son los principales temas emergentes relacionados con el CS y DS.

Palabras clave

Capital social, Desarrollo sostenible, Análisis bibliométrico, Mapeo científico

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