A cultura como tema de interesse para a Teoria da Gestão Comparativa

Zandra Balbinot, Rafael Borim de Souza

Resumo


Este artigo foi desenvolvido com o objetivo de analisar quais características da teoria da gestão comparativadevem ser consideradas como mais coerentes para o estudo da cultura na administração. Propõe-se que os estudossobre a cultura orientados pela teoria da gestão comparativa considerem o caráter teórico-abstrato e o caráter empíricodessa teoria, para que assim os construtos desenvolvidos teoricamente sejam enriquecidos por conhecimentosadvindos de outras ciências e possíveis de serem testados empiricamente.


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administração; cultura; Teoria da Gestão Comparativa.

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