Mapeo de la investigación en la gestión internacional de los recursos humanos

Palabras clave: Gestión Internacional de los Recursos Humanos, GIRRHH, carreras globales, mapeo de la ciencia, SciMAT

Resumen

A pesar del interés en la Gestión Internacional de los Recursos Humanos en los últimos años, aún deben abordarse varios problemas para proporcionar claridad y comprensión conceptual. Este artículo tiene como objetivo ofrecer una revisión sistemática de la literatura de la Gestión Internacional de los Recursos Humanos, destacando los principales temas y tendencias observados en este campo. El estudio ofrece una evaluación crítica, profundizando la comprensión de lo que es la Gestión Internacional de los Recursos Humanos, e identificando las líneas de investigación futuras más prometedoras. Se desarrolló un análisis de mapeo científico basado en redes de co-palabras de la literatura, utilizando la herramienta bibliométrica SciMAT. Se siguieron tres pasos: primero, se detectaron temas de investigación; segundo, se visualizaron los temas de investigación y las redes temáticas; y tercero, se midieron mediante análisis de rendimiento las contribuciones hechas por los temas de investigación. Mil setecientos siete documentos publicados entre 1974 y 2020 fueron recuperados de la Web of Science. En el último periodo (2015-2020) los temas motores son el ajuste intercultural, las multinacionales, las carreras globales y la gestión intercultural. La satisfacción de los trabajadores es un tema especializado, mientras que China es un tema transversal. La gestión global del talento, las mujeres en el contexto internacional y la diversidad son temas emergentes. Este análisis ayudará a informar a los investigadores, profesionales y administraciones públicas sobre la importancia de la Gestión Internacional de los Recursos Humanos.

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2020-07-21
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Santana , M., & Pasamar , S. (2020). Mapeo de la investigación en la gestión internacional de los recursos humanos. Revista De Estudios Empresariales. Segunda Época, (1), 91-112. https://doi.org/10.17561//ree.v2020n1.7
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