Processo de Interação Universidade-Empresa em Santa Catarina para o Desenvolvimento Inovativo: O Caso da UFSC, FURB, UDESC e UNIVALI Outros Idiomas

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39408
Resumo:
Este artigo insere-se num estudo sobre a interação Universidade-Empresa (U-E) em Santa Catarina para o desenvolvimento inovativo e pretende especificamente caracterizar o processo de interação U-E a partir das particularidades de quatro universidades: UFSC, FURB, UDESC e UNIVALI. Para tanto foi realizada uma pesquisa descritivo-explicativa de abordagem qualitativa. Foram utilizados como referência dados secundários coletados no Diretório dos Grupos de Pesquisa do Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (DGP-CNPq), por meio dos censos realizados no período de 2000 a 2010. Posteriormente foram realizadas 38 entrevistas em profundidade nas respectivas universidades objetos de estudo. O tratamento dos dados foi realizado por meio do software de análise de dados qualitativos Atlas/ti e apoiou-se na análise de conteúdo categorial. Os resultados apontam, entre outros aspectos, para a importância do tempo de relacionamento com a empresa para a manutenção e a sustentabilidade da parceria, aspecto que está diretamente relacionado ao tempo de existência dos grupos de pesquisa e que por sua vez se reflete nos formatos de interação.
Citação ABNT:
LEMOS, D. C.; CARIO, S. A. F.; MELO, P. A. Processo de Interação Universidade-Empresa em Santa Catarina para o Desenvolvimento Inovativo: O Caso da UFSC, FURB, UDESC e UNIVALI. Revista de Ciências da Administração, v. 17, n. 43, p. 37-54, 2015.
Citação APA:
Lemos, D. C., Cario, S. A. F., & Melo, P. A. (2015). Processo de Interação Universidade-Empresa em Santa Catarina para o Desenvolvimento Inovativo: O Caso da UFSC, FURB, UDESC e UNIVALI. Revista de Ciências da Administração, 17(43), 37-54.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-8077.2015v17n43p37
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/39408/processo-de-interacao-universidade-empresa-em-santa-catarina-para-o-desenvolvimento-inovativo--o-caso-da-ufsc--furb--udesc-e-univali/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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