Title: Educational innovation in the business field: a systematic review according to Brazilian's coordination of higher education improvement stratum classification

Authors: Fernanda Edileuza Riccomini; Claudia Brito Silva Cirani; Samara De Carvalho Pedro; Kambou Sie Kevin

Addresses: Postgraduate Program of Business Administration, University of Nove de Julho, Rua Deputado Salvador Julianelli, s/n – Barra Funda, São Paulo – SP, 01156-000, Brazil ' Postgraduate Program of Business Administration, University of Nove de Julho, Rua Deputado Salvador Julianelli, s/n – Barra Funda, São Paulo – SP, 01156-000, Brazil ' Postgraduate Program of Business Administration, Centro Universitário FEI, Rua Tamandaré, 688, Liberdade, São Paulo – SP, 01525-000, Brazil ' Postgraduate Program of Business Administration, University of Nove de Julho, Rua Deputado Salvador Julianelli, s/n – Barra Funda, São Paulo – SP, 01156-000, Brazil

Abstract: This paper aims to bring a better understanding of educational innovation related to business and economics by presenting systematic review on educational innovation, from papers indexed in Web of Science, without temporal delimitation, until 2017. Among the studies found, 18 papers were published in journals with A1 and A2 stratum in the Brazilian coordination of higher education improvement, categorised according to educational innovation dimensions proposed by OECD (2014). It seeks to offer a qualitative analysis of how these researches are being directed, observing the gaps related to the research object, as well as to understand how the field envisions the theme of educational innovation. The results reveal the predominance of empirical studies towards school, considering more global studies on the market and theoretical research. There is need for more studies focused on other dimensions such as innovation in resources availability for classroom's teaching and educational marketing.

Keywords: educational innovation; business; economy; systematic review; innovative teaching practices; higher education.

DOI: 10.1504/IJLIC.2020.109922

International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital, 2020 Vol.17 No.3, pp.217 - 241

Accepted: 11 Nov 2019
Published online: 15 Sep 2020 *

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