Los estudios críticos en administración: origen, evolución y posibilidades de aporte al desarrollo del campo de los estudios organizacionales en América Latina

  • Mauricio Sanabria Universidad Del Rosario
  • Juan Javier Saavedra Mayorga Universidad Del Rosario
  • Ali Smida Universidad De Caen
Palabras clave: Estudios críticos en administración, Reflexividad, América Latina, Estudios organizacionales, Educación e investigación en administración.

Resumen

Haciendo eco al llamado de destacados autores latinoamericanos a observar y a dar continuidad a sus trabajos, y considerando el creciente interés dentro de los estudios organizacionales, este artículo hace una revisión del campo de los Estudios Críticos en Administración (ECA) o Critical Management Studies (CMS). El artículo muestra sus orígenes, su evolución y su estado actual, señala algunas de sus limitaciones en lo relacionado con nuestro contexto, y propone una serie de consideraciones para el futuro de los estudios organizacionales en Latinoamérica.

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