Redes de coautoría en investigación sobre agronomía en sistemas de innovación agrícola

Resumen

Cada vez más, los Sistemas de Innovación Agrícola, SIA, han sido reconocidos como vías fundamentales para el impacto de la ciencia agrícola. Este nuevo pensamiento se centra en la innovación, no como el resultado final de la transferencia de conocimientos, sino como un proceso continuo de colaboración social, técnica y científica en los sistemas regionales y de nivel superior que repercute en la productividad y el rendimiento de la innovación. En el presente documento se examinan los documentos de agronomía de Colombia como una rama de todo el sistema de innovación agrícola. Analizaremos la colaboración entre autores, instituciones y países desde la perspectiva del análisis de las redes sociales para introducir las principales características de los vínculos (estructura de la disciplina) y los nodos (actores). Se implementa una metodología mixta basada en la visualización de redes de co-autoría con Vos viewer y el análisis de redes sociales basado en el software UCINET. Si bien los autores e instituciones exógenas son los más conectados en términos de interacción, tienen una menor influencia que los autores endógenos.

Palabras clave: sistemas de innovación agrícola, colaboración, análisis de redes sociales, bibliometría, coautoría, visualización científica, VOS viewer, UCINET

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