Revisão Teórica sobre a Visão Relacional

Taisson Toigo

Resumo


As teorias sobre estratégia partiram de análises da indústria ou análises em nível da firma. A visão relacional (teoria relacional) afirma que relacionamentos devem ser analisados para entender competitividade e recursos. Segundo Dyer e Singh (1998), há ganhos que só podem ser obtidos por meio de relacionamentos interorganizacionais. O objetivo do artigo é apresentar e discutir a visão relacional: suas origens, teorias congruentes, bem como o mainstream de estudos empíricos, em que é usada como base, a partir da pesquisa bibliográfica. Os resultados mostram dominância da gestão da cadeia de suprimentos como objeto empírico e também a aplicação da visão relacional juntamente com outras teorias de base.


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Visão Relacional; Teorias Organizacionais; Relações Interorganizacionais

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18256/2237-7956.2019.v9i1.2930

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