Journal of Management and Business Education🔗

 
Editorial

LA EVALUACIÓN POR COMPETENCIAS EN ESTUDIOS EMPRESARIALES🔗

COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT IN BUSINESS STUDIES🔗

 
Spanish Full Article Citation
 

Author(s)🔗

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

https://doi.org/10.35564/jmbe.2019.0001

Resumen🔗

Este editorial pretende poner en valor la investigación desarrollada sobre la evaluación por competencias en los estudios superiores de negocios. A tal fin, se aporta un estudio bibliométrico de la investigación general sobre las competencias en la educación superior y la evaluación de dichas competencias, con el objeto de destacar la importancia no solo del estudio de la implementación y desarrollo de competencias, sino también, de los procesos y metodologías que permiten controlar y evaluar su consecución por parte de los estudiantes universitarios. Este análisis conecta con algunos de los trabajos recogidos en éste y otros números del Journal of Management and Business Education (JMBE), y abre las puertas a investigadores de este campo a que puedan divulgar sus trabajos a través de esta revista. Finalmente, se presenta el cuarto número y se ofrece un sincero agradecimiento a aquellos que han colaborado en sus primeros pasos.

Palabras clave
competencias, educación superior, estudios empresariales, análisis bibliométrico, Web of Science

Abstract🔗

This editorial highlights the research on competency assessment in Higher Education of Business studies. For this, a bibliometric study is provided about the general research on competencies in higher education, and the research on competency assessment, to highlights the importance of the study of the implementation and development of competencies, but also, the processes and methodologies that allow controlling and evaluating its achievement by university students. This analysis connects with some of the works collected in this and other issues of the Journal of Management and Business Education (JMBE), and opens the doors to researchers in this field to disseminate their work. Finally, the fourth issue of the journal is introduced, and sincere thanks are offered to those who have collaborated in its first steps.

Keywords
competencies, higher education, business studies, bibliometric analysis, Web of Science

Received
11 March 2019

Accepted
17 April 2019

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

Citation🔗

Arroyo-Cañada, F-J. (2019). La evaluación por competencias en estudios empresariales. Journal of Management and Business Education, 2(1), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.35564/jmbe.2019.0001

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