Patrones de coautoría en las publicaciones españolas en ciencias económicas y empresariales indexadas en el SSCI

Palabras clave: colaboración científica, coautoría, índice de autoría, orden de firma, autor para la correspondencia

Resumen

La coautoría en las publicaciones de investigación es un claro exponente de colaboración científica. Su estudio a lo largo del tiempo permite conocer la respuesta de los investigadores a los criterios de evaluación que las instituciones públicas establecen para evaluar su rendimiento. Con esta intención, el objetivo general de este trabajo ha sido analizar los hábitos de firma de los investigadores españoles en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, en revistas indexadas en el Social Science Citation Index. Concretamente, se ofrecen respuestas a tres cuestiones de investigación relacionadas con el número de autores, la posición en el orden de firma y el papel del autor para la correspondencia. Se han observado importantes cambios a lo largo del tiempo, y diferencias significativas entre el campo de la Economía y las Ciencias Empresariales que pueden ser de interés sobre todo para que los responsables del diseño de los diferentes sistemas de promoción y acreditación tengan una visión más certera de la situación real y del proceso adaptativo que ellos mismos generan en la comunidad científica.

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2020-07-21
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Ramos Rodriguez, A. R., & Lechuga Sancho, M. P. (2020). Patrones de coautoría en las publicaciones españolas en ciencias económicas y empresariales indexadas en el SSCI. Revista De Estudios Empresariales. Segunda Época, (1), 113-136. https://doi.org/10.17561//ree.v2020n1.8
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