Meta-Analysis of Intellectual Capital in the Era of Covid-19 Pandemic

Celia Yaneth Quiroz Campas, Arturo Sanchez Sanchez, Cruz Garcia Lirios, Hector D. Molina-Ruiz, Jorge E. Chaparro Medina, Isabel Cristina Rincòn Rodrìguez
International Journal of Economics and Business Administration, Volume XI, Issue 2, 44-52, 2023
DOI: 10.35808/ijeba/807


Purpose: Social Work studies on entrepreneurship warn that a deliberate, planned and systematic rational choice process that promotes the formation of intellectual capital are predominant determinants. Design/Methodology/Approach: Specify a model for the study of the dimensions of trust: experiences, knowledge, skills, emotions and abilities. Non-experimental, documentary and retrospective study with a non-random selection of sources indexed in repositories, considering the keywords and the publication period 2020-2023. Findings: A model with eight hypotheses of three paths of dependency relationships between nine variables raised in the state of knowledge was specified. Practical Implications: Future lines of research around the structural models of intellectual capital, human capital and social capital will make it possible to establish a predictive explanation of academic, professional and work training. Originality/value: The specification of a model would include variables that anticipate the behavior, but not from the beliefs of availability of information, but from the willingness to cooperate of the actors that form a business project to develop their skills, not only of choice, deliberation or planning, but innovation.

Cite Article (APA Style)