A dinâmica da criação de empresas impulsionada por instituições de ensino superior por meio de redes de inovação Outros Idiomas

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30626
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Resumo:
O objectivo principal desta investigação visa identificar se as Instituições de Ensino Superior (IES) impulsionam a criação de empresas através de redes de inovação. A abordagem teórica, suportada na teoria das redes e na teoria do empreendedorismo, sustenta a ideia básica da importância das redes de inovação no processo da criação de empresas, pois permitem colmatar deficiências e reforçar aspectos positivos de forma a influenciar o processo de criação de empresas. Para a recolha de dados foi elaborado um questionário, posteriormente respondido pelos empreendedores nascentes pertencentes a instituições de ensino superior, obtendo-se um total de 255 respostas. Os resultados obtidos mostram que a cooperação e o desenvolvimento de relações com outros agentes na rede de inovação surgem como as principais formas de as IES incentivarem a criação de empresas, sendo que os resultados demonstram que a atitude das IES para a criação de empresas influencia a decisão dos empreendedores nascentes em avançar para o processo de criação de uma empresa. Quanto à identificação dos factores que facilitam a criação de empresa suportada em redes de inovação, os principais são os actores da rede e os recursos organizacionais. Além disso, no que concerne a identificar e analisar os obstáculos à criação de empresa suportada em redes de inovação, constatou-se que os principais factores são o conhecimento e a localização. As principais conclusões desta investigação evidenciam a importância das IES no fenómeno da criação de empresas quando inseridas em redes de inovação.
Citação ABNT:
SIMÕES, J. M. M.; SILVA, M. J. A. M. V. A dinâmica da criação de empresas impulsionada por instituições de ensino superior por meio de redes de inovação. Revista de Gestão, v. 20, n. 3, p. 285-297, 2013.
Citação APA:
Simões, J. M. M., & Silva, M. J. A. M. V. (2013). A dinâmica da criação de empresas impulsionada por instituições de ensino superior por meio de redes de inovação. Revista de Gestão, 20(3), 285-297.
DOI:
10.5700/rege500
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/30626/a-dinamica-da-criacao-de-empresas-impulsionada-por-instituicoes-de-ensino-superior-por-meio-de-redes-de-inovacao/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
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Português
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