O papel mediador das capacidades absortivas sistêmicas: uma abordagem dos efeitos de investimentos estrangeiros diretos em sistemas de inovação de países em desenvolvimento Outros Idiomas

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42853
Resumo:
Acredita-se que o investimento estrangeiro direto (IED) represente uma questão estratégica no âmbito dos sistemas de inovação dos países em desenvolvimento. Isso decorre de expectativas de que esse tipo específico de investimento possa causar choques positivos sobre as capacidades dos mercados receptores. O argumento do presente artigo, em consonância com a literatura dedicada, é que tais contribuições não ocorrem sem “atritos”, havendo uma complementaridade significativa entre os efeitos do IED e do quadro da política de inovação (em particular as iniciativas que influenciam o nível existente de capacidades absortivas sistêmicas). A partir de técnicas de dados em painel para países em desenvolvimento, estimamos funções de produção orientadas para avaliar a evolução dos sistemas nacionais de inovação. Os resultados sugerem que os impactos positivos de IED estão subordinados às capacidades absortivas dos sistemas de inovação de países em desenvolvimento. No entanto, suas contribuições são restritas, estando robustamente relacionadas apenas a ganhos de produtividade do trabalho.
Citação ABNT:
FISCHER, B. B.; QUEIROZ, S. On the mediating role of systemic absorptive capacity: an assessment of FDI effects in developing countries’ innovation systems . Revista Brasileira de Inovação, v. 15, n. 2, p. 193-218, 2016.
Citação APA:
Fischer, B. B., & Queiroz, S. (2016). On the mediating role of systemic absorptive capacity: an assessment of FDI effects in developing countries’ innovation systems . Revista Brasileira de Inovação, 15(2), 193-218.
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Artigo
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Inglês
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