Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG): Mapeamento e Análise de Clusters
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Environmental, Social and Governance
ESG
Bibliometria

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Ribeiro, T. de L., & Antônio de Lima, A. (2022). Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG): Mapeamento e Análise de Clusters. RGC - Revista De Governança Corporativa, 9(1), e0120. https://doi.org/10.21434/IberoamericanJCG.v9i1.120

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Objetivo: O objetivo deste estudo foi mapear e analisar as principais correntes teóricas de base e de fronteira acerca da pesquisa internacional em Environmental, Social e Governance (ESG). Adicionalmente, também foram analisados quais autores, periódicos e países são mais ativos na pesquisa internacional de ESG.

Método: Foi efetuada uma análise bibliométrica focada em análises de cocitação e de acoplamento bibliográfico, com técnicas de análise fatorial exploratória e mapeamento gráfico através de clusterização. A amostra contemplou 405 artigos publicados até dezembro de 2021 e indexados no banco de dados Web of Science.

Resultados: Através da análise de cocitação, foram identificados 5 correntes de pesquisas, sendo a) Influência das Teorias Organizacionais na ESG; b) Competitividade organizacional; c) Impacto da ESG no desempenho financeiro; d) Responsabilidade Social Corporativa; e e) Teoria dos Stakeholders. Através da análise de pareamento, foram identificadas 6 correntes teóricas de fronteira, sendo: a) investimentos sustentáveis; b) Transparência e conselho administrativo; c) Efeitos da ESG; d) Relações entre desempenho financeiro e desempenho social corporativo; e) Relação entre acionistas e ESG; e f) Riscos e ESG.

Originalidade: Até onde se sabe, este é o estudo bibliométrico mais completo acerca da pesquisa em ESG, contemplando tanto as correntes teóricas de base quanto as de fronteira.

 Contribuições teóricas/metodológicas: Foram identificadas neste trabalho 5 correntes teóricas que ajudaram a fundar e desenvolver a pesquisa em ESG como campo científico (histórico) e apontadas 6 correntes teóricas emergentes que ajudam a entender para onde está avançando a pesquisa em ESG na atualidade (fronteira).

https://doi.org/10.21434/IberoamericanJCG.v9i1.120
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