Análisis bibliométrico de la influencia de la corrupción y la regulación en la actividad emprendedora

Gemma Fuentes-Calle, Juan Carlos Díaz-Casero, Ricardo Hernández Mogollón, Antonio Fernández-Portillo, Raul Rodriguez-Preciado

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La dificultad de iniciar un negocio, con relación a los trámites administrativos, ha despertado el interés de los investigadores de diferentes ámbitos científicos. Pero además, añadido al problema de la burocracia administrativa, nos encontramos que la actividad emprendedora se ve influenciada por instituciones informales como la corrupción, que se hacen visibles en el proceso emprendedor. El presente trabajo de investigación analiza la evolución científica con relación a la influencia de la corrupción y la regulación en la actividad emprendedora en función del crecimiento económico, bajo el enfoque de la Teoría Económica Institucional. A través del análisis de los trabajos publicados, el porcentaje de los mismos en el campo de investigación y el índice de citación de los mismos, nuestras primeras conclusiones nos llevan a pensar que en los últimos años existe un especial interés en la influencia de la corrupción y la regulación en la actividad emprendedora.

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corrupción; regulación; actividad emprendedora; crecimiento económico; instituciones

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