Análise de Pesquisas em Economia Compartilhada no Turismo sob a Ótica do Modelo das Três Dicotomias

Francis Marcean Resende Barros, Marlusa de Sevilha Gosling

Resumo


Os mercados de atividade entre pares estão em crescimento nos serviços de turismo e viagens. O objetivo deste artigo foi desenvolver uma abordagem de pesquisa para estudos futuros que possuam a economia compartilhada como objeto de investigação no contexto do turismo. Realizou-se um levantamento bibliográfico em artigos publicados nos periódicos Tourism Management, Journal of Travel Research e Annals of Tourism Research, classificando-se cada artigo de acordo com o modelo das três dicotomias proposto por Hunt (2010) por meio da técnica de análise de conteúdo. Os resultados métricos mostram que a economia compartilhada é tratada como fenômeno lucrativo (88%), micro (65%) e positivo (82%). Além disso, o estudo apresenta os cinco principais clusters de temas: a) reputação, b) comportamento, c) autenticidade, d) confiança e e) valor. O estudo contribui com pesquisadores, tornando mais clara a compreensão do atual estado da arte em periódicos relevantes e sugerindo uma agenda de pesquisa para direcionar estudos futuros.

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Economia compartilhada. Modelo das Três Dicotomias. Estudo bibliográfico.

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