Approaches to Approaches to Entrepreneurship: Bibliometric Study of Scientific Production at Scopus Basentrepreneurship: Bibliometric Study of Scientific Production at Scopus Base
Entrepreneurship is a global phenomenon that has provoked the interest of researchers and scholars. It has gained prominence from the contributions of Joseph A. Schumpeter, who associated the entrepreneur with economic development. So, the present study aims to realize a quantitative mapping of important players of the recent research of entrepreneurship, specifically the approaches of sustainable entrepreneurship, social, cultural, female and digital. The methodology used was a descriptive bibliometric research, realized through Scopus base, followed by a discussion of the most cited articles about each theme. Due to the fact that the most cited articles were emphasized in the analysis, this can be characterized with a more historical approach. Among the 05 (five) approaches analyzed, the results show that social entrepreneurship had expressive growth throughout the analyzed time series, in terms of publications. From the year 2007 on, all the approaches presented publications in the Scopus database.
PaperID: p 5698-5714
Author's Name: Maria Emilia Camargo, Marina Bezerra da Silva, Angela Isabel dos Santos Düllius, Mariane Camargo Priesnitz, Uiliam Hahn Biegelmeyer, Marta Elisete Ventura da Motta and Pedro Henrique Conte Gil