Panorama da literatura sobre a financeirização (1992-2017)

uma abordagem bibliométrica

Palavras-chave: Financeirização, Economia heterodoxa, Bibliometria, Scopus, VOSviewer.

Resumo

O propósito deste artigo é apresentar um panorama da literatura sobre a financeirização entre 1992 e 2017 a partir de uma abordagem bibliométrica, com a utilização do software VOSviewer. Especificamente, busca-se delinear o estado da arte da literatura, identificando os trabalhos, veículos de publicação e autores-chave, bem como os subcampos nos quais as contribuições têm se distribuído. Propõe-se a identificação de cinco grandes abordagens. Uma primeira vertente remete à análise da financeirização a partir da crítica à maximização do valor ao acionista. Um segundo grupo representa um conjunto amplo de trabalhos de teor marxista e pós-keynesiano, cujo foco reside na avaliação da financeirização como um novo padrão de acumulação. Um terceiro agrupamento se organiza em torno do espraiamento das normas, práticas, regras de conduta e vocabulário típicos dos mercados financeiros na sociedade e seu impacto na vida cotidiana. Um quarto conjunto concentra-se na avaliação da forma pela qual as finanças contemporâneas condicionam a organização do espaço, particularmente das áreas urbanas. Por fim, um quinto grupo dedica-se ao exame do impacto da financeirização na atividade rural, particularmente nas economias subdesenvolvidas dependentes das exportações de commodities.

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Biografia do Autor

Alex Wilhans Antonio Palludeto, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Professor do Instituto de Economia da Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Doutor em Teoria Econômica pelo IE/Unicamp.

André Rodrigues Felipini, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Graduação e Mestrado em Ciências Econômicas pela Universidade Estadual de Campinas.

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2019-10-07
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Palludeto, A. W. A., & Felipini, A. R. (2019). Panorama da literatura sobre a financeirização (1992-2017). Economia E Sociedade, 28(2), 313-337. Recuperado de https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/ecos/article/view/8656961
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