Empreendedorismo e afeto: desafios e perspectivas de pesquisa
A evolução crescente das pesquisas sobre empreendedorismo que tratam de afeto indica o seu potencial para o avanço deste campo de conhecimento. Este artigo busca construir um panorama integrado da produção acadêmica sobre empreendedorismo e afeto, identificando e discutindo novas perspectivas para orientar o desenvolvimento de pesquisas futuras. Para isso, foi realizada uma revisão sistemática das produções acadêmicas sobre o tema. Os resultados dessa pesquisa produzem um conhecimento atualizado e integrado sobre o papel do afeto no empreendedorismo, ao explicitar e sistematizar as diversas concepções de afeto e empreendedorismo, bem como as relevâncias do afeto na pesquisa sobre empreendedorismo. Além disso, os resultados da pesquisa fornecem perspectivas para estimular e orientar pesquisas futuras a partir de uma discussão sobre desafios na produção acadêmica atual, sobre teorias do afeto (fenômeno múltiplo e prática afetiva) e sobre contextos do empreendedorismo (social, cultural e artístico).
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