Searching for a Path: A Bibliometric study on Innovation and Technological Capabilities Outros Idiomas

Innovation is recognize as a matter of survival and success to firms and technological capabilities can lead to an innovative behavior by using technological resources and competences. The literature about technological capability and innovation is vast, counting on several approaches and a large number of researchers involved within. Based on this, our aim is to use a bibliometrics approach to map out the authors, institutions, journals and the evolution of the publication as well, to provide the path needed to build a theoretical framework about the theme. We held this research on the Scopus database using a standard search protocol to perform the selection of the sample. Our results indicates an emerging field of study and a large number papers and citations concentrated in few journals. Most cited authors are related to seminal works on the subject and most cited papers are ones from late 90’s and early 2000.
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SANTOS, J. H. A.; ZAWISLAK, P. A.; FRANZONI, G. B.; VIEIRA, H. C. Searching for a Path: A Bibliometric study on Innovation and Technological Capabilities. International Journal of Innovation, v. 3, n. 2, p. 54-66, 2015.
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Santos, J. H. A., Zawislak, P. A., Franzoni, G. B., & Vieira, H. C. (2015). Searching for a Path: A Bibliometric study on Innovation and Technological Capabilities. International Journal of Innovation, 3(2), 54-66.
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