Journal of Management and Business Education🔗




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Francisco-Javier Arroyo-Cañada , Universidad de Barcelona, Spain


En esta introducción se realiza una revisión de la investigación sobre el desarrollo de las competencias profesionales en la educación superior, a partir de un análisis bibliométrico de los trabajos indexados en la base de datos Social Sciences de la Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics). El objeto principal es analizar la relevancia de dichos estudios, en el área de la gestión empresarial, para poner el valor esta línea de investigación científica, que puede encontrar en el Journal of Management and Business Education (JMBE) una fuente relevante de difusión hacia la comunidad científica.

Palabras clave
competencias profesionales, educación superior, gestión empresarial, análisis bibliométrico, Web of Science


This work provide a review of the research on the development of professional skills in higher education, based on a bibliometric analysis from indexed works in the Social Sciences database at the Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics). The main objective is to analyze the relevance of these studies, in the area of business management, to highlight this research line, which can be found in the Journal of Management and Business Education (JMBE) a relevant source for spread the results to the scientific community.

professional skills, higher education, business management, bibliometric análisis, Web of Science

14 December 2018

7 February 2019

This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC license.


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