Economía verde, estado del campo y líneas futuras en el marco del desarrollo sostenible

Green economy: Current trends and future directions in the context of sustainable development

Javier González-Argote , Verenice Sánchez-Castillo , Carlos Alberto Gómez Cano

Suma de Negocios, 15(32), 70-80, enero-junio 2024, ISSN 2215-910X

https://doi.org/10.14349/sumneg/2024.V15.N32.A8

Recibido: 12 de marzo de 2024
Aceptado: 7 de mayo de 2024
Online: 22 de mayo de 2024

Resumen

Introducción/objetivo: en el contexto actual, la economía verde ha ganado en importancia como campo de estudio y línea de investigación multidisciplinaria. Por ello, se precisó alcanzar un entendimiento profundo de sus tendencias bibliométricas, las principales líneas y los retos fundamentales que enfrenta en la matriz del desarrollo sostenible. Con el fin de explorar la literatura de impacto, el estudio se condujo en la base de datos Scopus (2022-2024).

Metodología: se realizó un estudio mixto de revisión en dos fases con estructura embebida (Cuan-cual), la primera con diseño bibliométrico y la segunda con enfoque hermenéutico. Se analizaron un total de 822 estudios en la primera fase y 23 en la segunda.

Resultados: los hallazgos confirman el crecimiento del campo, así como el incremento de su relevancia, y a la vez permitieron elaborar los ejes de tensión que dan forma a la intersección entre sostenibilidad y economía verde.

Conclusiones: se presenta una síntesis de los desafíos y potencialidades, así como se ofrecen ideas para entender el estado de la economía verde como campo y la realización de estudios futuros.


Palabras clave:
Análisis bibliométrico,
economía verde,
desarrollo económico,
desarrollo sostenible,
Latinoamérica,
sostenibilidad.

Códigos JEL:
A12, A13, B55, I30

Abstract

Introduction/Objective: In today’s context, the green economy has emerged as a pivotal multidisciplinary field of study and research. This study aims to delve deeply into its bibliometric trends, primary research themes, and critical challenges within the framework of sustainable development. The objective was to explore influential literature, conducted through analysis of the Scopus database spanning from 2022 to 2024.

Methodology: This study employed a two-phase mixed-method review with an embedded design (quan-qual). The first phase utilized bibliometric analysis, while the second phase adopted a hermeneutic approach. A total of 822 studies were analyzed in the initial phase, followed by an in-depth examination of 23 studies in the second phase.

Results: The findings underscore the burgeoning growth and increasing relevance of the green economy. Moreover, they outline the key thematic tensions that define the intersection between sustainability and the principles of the green economy.

Conclusions: This study provides a comprehensive synthesis of the challenges and potentials inherent in the green economy as a field of study. It also offers insights into future research directions to further elucidate its current state and trajectory.


Keywords:
Bibliometric analysis,
green economy,
economic development,
sustainable development,
Latin America,
sustainability.

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