SUCESSÃO NA AGRICULTURA FAMILIAR: PRODUÇÃO CIENTÍFICA BRASILEIRA NA ÁREA DE ADMINISTRAÇÃO PÚBLICA E DE EMPRESAS, CIÊNCIAS CONTÁBEIS E TURISMO (2004-2016)
Authors: Vanessa Gleica Cantú Gris, Sandra Mara Stocker Lago, Loreni Teresinha Brandalise
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This study aims to present a survey of Brazilian scientific production published in scientific journals of the Qualis system, concerning the Public Administration and Business, Accounting and Tourism area, about family farming succession from 2004 to 2016. Therefore, a bibliographical research was perfomed, in which periodicals evaluated in the Qualis system of the area, registered in the Sucupira platform from CAPES (Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior) were the basis of the research. The research took place from October to December 2016 and considering the exclusion criteria adopted, 34 articles were selected to constitute the sample of this research. The results show restriction of academic production on family farm succession and higher concentration of publications from the southern region of the country. Generally, it was verified that the studies indicate the income as the main limitation to keep young people in rural areas, besides the fragility of the rural infrastructure, difficulties in education access, lack of public policies, inequality of gender and negative views from parents about the future of their children in the property. As factors that contribute to family farming succession, it was noticed a strong influence of the pluriactivity and production diversification, professional qualification, involvement with the cooperatives, family incentive and young entrepreneur profile.