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Diana Londono-Correa

César Garzón

Resumen

Este artículo revisa investigaciones de la actividad política corporativa (CPA), publicadas entre 2004 y 2015 en diferentes journals. Un hallazgo sorprendente son las pocas investigaciones que se ocupan de la CPA en casos latinoamericanos. Para promover la investigación sobre la CPA en estos contextos se presenta un programa de investigación de tres fases: preguntas básicas, combinación de tópicos y otras temáticas de interés. Esta agenda puede trazar un camino para la investigación de la CPA que no solo apoye la práctica con conocimiento administrativo contextualizado sino que visibilice las acciones políticas de las empresas y desde ahí se propicie el control de comportamientos indebidos.

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Keywords

América Latina, estrategia de no-mercado, relaciones entre empresas y gobiernos.

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Londono-Correa, D., & Garzón, C. (2016). Actividad Política Corporativa: balance y tópicos de investigación en los contextos latinoamericanos. Cuadernos De Administración, 29(52), 229-260. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cao29-52.apcb
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