Emprendimiento en economías emergentes: una revisión sistemática de literatura Entrepreneurship in emerging economies: a systematic literature review

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Gisselle Mariuxi Cárdenas Fierro
Jeaneth Lucía Bastidas Guerrón
Evelyn Marlene Curiel López
Argenis Lissander Heredia Campaña

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En 2008 se argumentó que los contextos institucionales de las economías emergentes difieren de las economías avanzadas, las cuales configuran la acción emprendedora. En ese sentido, se revisó 60 artículos sobre el emprendimiento en las economías emergentes y se descubrió que en efecto las débiles estructuras institucionales pueden influir en el comportamiento emprendedor, también se encontró que las teorías existentes sobre el emprendimiento dejan vacíos al intentar explicar el fenómeno en países caracterizados por elevados niveles de desigualdad, inseguridad y entornos institucionales llenos de corrupción. Como resultado se ofrecen algunas orientaciones para futuras investigaciones sobre el emprendimiento en los mercados emergentes.

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Cárdenas FierroG. M., Bastidas GuerrónJ. L., Curiel LópezE. M., & Heredia CampañaA. L. (2022). Emprendimiento en economías emergentes: una revisión sistemática de literatura: Entrepreneurship in emerging economies: a systematic literature review. AXIOMA, 1(27), 65-73. https://doi.org/10.26621/ra.v1i27.815
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