Teoria, Prática e Crítica das Análises de Meta-regressão em Economia e Gestão

Nino Fonseca, Marcelino Sánchez-Rivero

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RESUMO

Proposta: Este trabalho tem como objetivo apresentar e descrever os principais modelos de meta-regressão disponíveis.

Metodologia: Efetuámos uma revisão da literatura que, partindo da descrição dos modelos supramencionados, passou pela apresentação das respetivas especificidades no contexto da investigação empírica em economia, gestão e finanças, e culminou na discussão das suas principais limitações.

Originalidade/Valor: De uma forma sucinta mas rigorosa, damos indicações precisas para a implementação prática deste expediente analítico no contexto da economia, gestão e finanças.

 

Palavras-chave: Meta-regressão; Meta-análise; Metodologia; Economia; Gestão; Finanças

 

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Title: "Theory, Practice and Critique of Meta-regression Analysis in Economics and Management"

Abstract

Purpose: This paper aims to present and describe the main available meta-regression models.

Methodology: We reviewed the literature which, starting from the description of the above-mentioned models, went through the presentation of their specificities in the context of empirical research in economics, management and finance, and culminated in the discussion of their main limitations.

Results: We demonstrated that meta-regression analysis is a methodological framework that allows modeling and correcting problems of publication bias while explaining the great variability of results usually found in the economic literature.

Originality/Value: In a succinct but rigorous way, we give precise indications for the practical implementation of this analytical expedient in the context of economics, management and finance.

 

Keywords: Meta-regression; Meta-analysis; Methodology; Economics; Management; Finance.


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