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Celina Noé Amato

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El artículo tiene como objetivo comprender la evolución de los constructos Responsabilidad Social Empresaria y Sustentabilidad Corporativa de acuerdo con distintos paradigmas de la investigación en management, así como también las tensiones actuales y posibilidades de investigación futura. La metodología elegida es la revisión terciaria de literatura. Como resultados se destacan la situación de convergencia de ambos conceptos, que dificulta la claridad para el avance de la investigación y las críticas hacia ellos (business case, profecía autocumplida, invisibilización de stakeholders y reproducción del paradigma capitalista de producción y consumo). Las perspectivas futuras de investigación se relacionan con la profundización de cada constructo por separado, la incorporación de otras teorías y disciplinas al análisis y la integración del pensamiento de corrientes críticas.

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Estudos críticos em administração, revisão terciária de literatura, triplo resultado finalCritical management studies, tertiary literature review, triple bottom lineEstudios críticos en administración, revisión terciaria de literatura, triple cuenta de resultados

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Amato, C. N. (2021). Investigación en Responsabilidad Social Empresaria y Sustentabilidad Corporativa: evolución, tensiones actuales y perspectivas futuras. Cuadernos De Administración, 34. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cao34.irsesc
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