O que conduz a formação de cooperação tecnológica entre universidade e indústria em sistemas de inovação menos desenvolvidos? Evidências do Brasil Outros Idiomas

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4620
Resumo:
Diversas formas de colaboração interorganizacional têm sido reconhecidas na literatura por seu potencial em promover aprendizagem e capacidades inovadoras, em especial aquelas envolvendo interações entre universidade e empresa. No entanto, elas são relativamente escassas em Sistemas de Inovação pouco desenvolvidos, como o brasileiro, e pouco se sabe sobre o porquê ou como estão estabelecidas. Com base em um estudo de caso comparativo, este trabalho investiga o contexto em que a cooperação tecnológica entre universidade e indústria surge no Brasil. Os resultados indicam que a formação da cooperação tecnológica é um processo co-evolutivo, que emerge por meio de práticas de compartilhamento de conhecimento com parceiros externos, bem como pelo esforço de articulação de cientistas em rede.
Citação ABNT:
BURCHARTH, A. L. A.What drives the formation of technological cooperation between university and industry in less-developed innovation systems? Evidence from Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Inovação, v. 10, n. 1, p. 101-128, 2011.
Citação APA:
Burcharth, A. L. A.(2011). What drives the formation of technological cooperation between university and industry in less-developed innovation systems? Evidence from Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Inovação, 10(1), 101-128.
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Artigo
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Inglês
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