Estudio bibliométrico comparativo entre la logística inversa y la logística verde

Glenda Marisa Chavez Gallegos, Marco Alberto Valenzo Jiménez, Bayte Nares Lara

Resumen


La logística inversa es un concepto novedoso en el ámbito académico, empresarial y social que suele asociarse o confundirse con la logística verde, sin embargo existen diferencias entre su definición, práctica e implementación. Este trabajo tiene por objeto analizar bibliográficamente el estado de la cuestión de ambos términos para determinar sus diferencias y forma de trabajo en la academia. La bibliometría como metodología empleada analiza cuantitativamente la información, además de ser resultar útil para realizar su clasificación en conformidad con diferentes variables. El artículo se integra con la definición de ambos conceptos, la descripción de la metodología empleada, los artículos más citados, los autores más productivos y con mayor influencia para ambas áreas, las instituciones y países con mayor participación, la cantidad de artículos producidos en el periodo 2005-2019 así como una discusión sobre las conclusiones más relevantes de las áreas de estudio y del análisis comparativo efectuado.

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estudio bibliométrico, logística inversa, logística verde

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