Tendencias investigativas sobre comercio internacional y derechos humanos: Un análisis de redes. / Research Trends on International Trade and Human Rights: A Network Analysis

  • Alejandra GUARDIOLA ESMERAL Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Santa Marta
Palabras clave: Tendencias investigativas, Comercio internacional, Negocios internacionales, Derechos humanos. / Research trends, International Trade, International Business, Human rights.

Resumen

RESUMEN

 

El objetivo del presente estudio es identificar los temas influyentes sobre la producción científica relacionada con comercio internacional y derechos humanos, así como las relaciones entre los temas. En este sentido, se realizó un análisis de redes de palabras claves sobre los artículos publicados entre 1953 y 2019. En el análisis se identificaron 31 palabras claves principales. Luego, se realizó un mapa de asociaciones entre los términos que evidencian las relaciones entre los grupos temáticos. Se encontraron 5 áreas que han concentrado las investigaciones sobre comercio internacional y derechos humanos. Se realiza una discusión por cada una de esas áreas.

ABSTRACT

 

The objective of the present study is to identify influential issues on scientific production related to international trade and human rights, as well as the relationships between the issues. In this sense, an analysis of keyword networks was carried out on articles published between 1953 and 2019. In the analysis, 31 main keywords were identified. Then, a map of associations between the terms that show the relationships between the thematic groups was made. Five areas were found that have concentrated research on international trade and human rights. A discussion is held for each of those areas.

Biografía del autor/a

Alejandra GUARDIOLA ESMERAL, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Santa Marta

Doctora en Ciencias, mención Gerencia, Curso Superior en Microfinanzas y Desarrollo Social, Especialista en Planeación Educativa y Planes de Desarrollo, Profesional en Comercio Internacional, profesora universitaria con experiencia de 14 años, profesora investigadora adscrita al programa de comercio internacional de la Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, últimas publicaciones, Tourist potential of Santa Marta: A Review of development, growth and barriers, The relevance of inclusive businesses at the base of the economic pyramid, Una Mirada a la Regionalización en América Latina, Influencia de la Teoría Neoliberal en el Comercio Internacional en Colombia, Influence of anxiety in the compulsive purchases of women financially educated.

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Publicado
2020-07-07
Cómo citar
GUARDIOLA ESMERAL, A. (2020). Tendencias investigativas sobre comercio internacional y derechos humanos: Un análisis de redes. / Research Trends on International Trade and Human Rights: A Network Analysis. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 25, 249-263. Recuperado a partir de https://www.produccioncientificaluz.org/index.php/utopia/article/view/32865