Taxonomia da Rede Científica do Dark Triad: Revelações no Meio Empresarial e Contábil

Márcia Figueredo D'Souza, Daniel Nelson Jones

Resumo


Objetivo: Caracterizar a pesquisa científica do Dark Triad, elucidando o direcionamento dessa temática, no contexto empresarial e contábil, no período de 2012 a 2014.

Método: Para essa investigação, utilizou-se o levantamento sociobibliométrico como estratégia de pesquisa, com base na observação de conteúdos, em duas fontes: Portal Periódicos Capes e o Web Science Knowledge. A amostra do estudo
totalizou 90 artigos e foram ilustrados por redes científicas. Ao final, foi elaborada a taxonomia dos 12 trabalhos que convergiram para a discussão do constructo Dark Triad.

Resultados: Sobre o direcionamento dos artigos, o Narcisismo é o mais explorado e associado à liderança e tomada de decisão empresarial. A Psicopatia atrai atenção dos pesquisadores quanto ao comportamento aversivo do líder no meio corporativo. O Maquiavelismo tem maior ênfase em investigações relacionadas à manipulação. Especificamente à área contábil, a maioria associa os traços a comportamentos antiéticos com propensão a fraudes nos relatórios financeiros.

Contribuições: Os resultados apontaram oportunidades de pesquisas com os traços do Dark Triad, especialmente pela interdisciplinaridade e relevância científica desta temática, ainda pouco explorado pelos pesquisadores da área contábil. Ademais, merecem a atenção de líderes, no sentido de refletirem suas atitudes e dos seus funcionários no ambiente empresarial.

Palavras-chave


Dark Triad; Narcisismo; Maquiavelismo; Psicopatia; Contexto Empresarial; Contabilidade

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