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António Carrizo Moreira

Hanna Leonidivna Karachun



Este artículo analiza la literatura científica producida recientemente sobre el desarrollo de nuevos productos (DNP) con el fin de identificar y clasificar los principales campos del conocimiento, las posibles conexiones, así como la naturaleza de los artículos y herramientas de análisis utilizados. Se hizo una revisión de la literatura de 461 artículos sobre DNP, publicados en tres revistas líderes mundiales entre los años 2000 y 2010. Fue posible crear 13 categorías principales, en las que se destacan la innovación, investigación y desarrollo, productos y procesos de DNP y equipos de DNP. Los resultados confirman que el DNP es multifacético, incluye múltiples conceptos y transversalidad entre categorías. Igualmente, es necesario complementar la investigación cualitativa y cuantitativa, así como también analizar las diferencias entre pequeñas y grandes empresas.


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Cómo citar
Carrizo Moreira, A., & Leonidivna Karachun, H. (2014). Una revisión interpretativa sobre el desarrollo de nuevos productos. Cuadernos De Administración, 27(49), 155–182.