Tendencias en la investigación sobre Gobernanza de Socio-ecosistemas: caminos para nuevas investigaciones

  • Alejandro Echeverri Rubio Universidad de Manizales
  • Jaime Andrés Vieira Salazar Profesor asociado de tiempo completo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, sede Manizales
Palabras clave: Gobernanza, Socio-ecosistemas; stakeholders; resiliencia; revisión sistemática de literatura

Resumen

La investigación en el tema de la gobernanza ha tenido un auge importante desde el año 2012 y por el lado de la investigación en socio-ecosistemas (SES) ha venido aumentando de manera importante desde el año 2016. En este sentido, esta revisión tiene como propósito analizar las tendencias de investigación sobre dos categorías, gobernanza y socio-ecosistemas, para plantear algunos caminos para nuevas investigaciones. Metodológicamente se adelantó una revisión a través de las bases de datos Scopus, WoS y PoP, en las que se realizó una búsqueda sistemática de las categorías Gobernanza y SES entre los años 2004 y 2018. La búsqueda arrojó 72 artículos de Scopus, 59 de WoS y 133 de PoP, de los cuales se escogieron 50 para hacer la revisión. Como resultado se halló que, aunque las publicaciones de las categorías conjuntas han disminuido, éstas, relacionadas con otras categorías específicas, se han incrementado desde 2014. La revisión pone en evidencia la pertinencia de investigar nuevas relaciones de la gobernanza en SES; por ejemplo, agua, turismo, ciudades, bosques, entre otros.

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Biografía del autor/a

Alejandro Echeverri Rubio, Universidad de Manizales

Docente-Investigador del Centro de Investigaciones en Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo -CIMAD- Universidad de Manizales, cra 17bis 4-33 Manizales. aecheverri@umanizales.edu.co - https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3611-5438

Jaime Andrés Vieira Salazar, Profesor asociado de tiempo completo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, sede Manizales

Profesor asociado de tiempo completo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, sede Manizales, calle 71 1-516 casa 8 Valles de la Florida. javieiras@unal.edu.co - https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2678-4440

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2019-11-25
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