Revisión sistemática de la literatura científica relacionada con el modelo de innovación quíntuple hélice y su correlación con la rentabilidad empresarial: un análisis bibliométrico152

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Publicado: mar 11, 2024
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Quintuple Helix, Innovation, Business Profitability, Bibliometrics.

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Miguel Francisco Maza y Ferrer
Oscar V. De La Torre Torres
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9281-974X
Evaristo Galeana Figueroa
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6365-9975

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El objetivo de esta investigación es realizar una revisión sistemática de la producción científica relacionada con el modelo de innovación quíntuple hélice. En específico, se busca identificar si existen trabajos previos que establezcan una relación entre dicho modelo de innovación y la rentabilidad empresarial. La metodología se basa en un análisis bibliométrico de la literatura científica en la base de datos académica Dimensions. Los resultados del análisis sugieren que no existen trabajos científicos que relacionen directamente el modelo de innovación quíntuple hélice con la rentabilidad empresarial.

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Maza y Ferrer, M. F., De La Torre Torres, O. V., & Galeana Figueroa, E. (2024). Revisión sistemática de la literatura científica relacionada con el modelo de innovación quíntuple hélice y su correlación con la rentabilidad empresarial: un análisis bibliométrico. Revista Del Centro De Investigación De La Universidad La Salle, 16(61), 225–256. https://doi.org/10.26457/recein.v16i61.3695
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