El Marketing y desarrollo de productos innovadores verdes: una revisión de la literatura

Jakeline Serrano-García | Biografía
Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM
Juan José Arbeláez-Toro | Biografía
Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM
Luis Felipe Ortiz-Clavijo | Biografía
Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM

Resumen

En los últimos años el concepto de producto innovador verde se ha posicionado como una tendencia. El objetivo de este artículo es presentar una revisión de la literatura orientada a tres categorías temáticas dentro del concepto de producto innovador verde, a saber: marketing, cadena de suministro e innovación. Con este propósito se establece una metodología para la revisión bajo el estándar Prisma, con la cual se encontró una nutrida producción científica, en especial dentro del área de marketing, con lo que se logró definir un grupo de subcategorías, tales como conciencia medioambiental, estrategias y consumidor. Los resultados permiten ubicar el marketing verde como un mecanismo que puede generar de manera consistente el posicionamiento de los productos innovadores verdes en el mercado.

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Cómo citar
Serrano-García, J., Arbeláez-Toro, J. J., & Ortiz-Clavijo, L. F. (2022). El Marketing y desarrollo de productos innovadores verdes: una revisión de la literatura. Semestre Económico, 24(57), 201-216. https://doi.org/10.22395/seec.v24n57a10

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