Apoio das Universidades aos 'Spin-Offs' Acadêmicos nas Fases de 'Early e Later Stage' Outros Idiomas

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52519
Resumo:
Pesquisas sobre spin-offs acadêmicos demonstram diferentes tipos de apoio prestado pelas universidades nas fases de desenvolvimento early e later stage . Este estudo tem como objetivo analisar as formas de apoio concedido pelas universidades aos spin-offs acadêmicos nessas fases de desenvolvimento. Foi realizado um estudo de casos múltiplos com dois spin-offs acadêmicos, um de universidade pública e outro de universidade privada, localizados na cidade de Aracaju, no Estado de Sergipe. Os spin-offs acadêmicos foram selecionados em função da fase de desenvolvimento, um deles com menos de quatro anos de criação ( early stage ), e outro com mais de quatro anos ( later stage ). Pode-se observar que o apoio fornecido pelas universidades aos spin-offs analisados foi considerado deficiente nas duas fases. Dessa forma, não foi observado participação ativa da universidade na obtenção de recursos, disponibilização de contatos ou oferta de disciplinas voltadas ao empreendedorismo. O mérito das universidades consistiu na disponibilização das incubadoras e, por meio delas, cursos de capacitação e infraestrutura. Sugere-se que é necessário conscientizar as universidades sobre a importância do estímulo ao empreendedorismo e do suporte da universidade aos primeiros anos do spin-off , que são os mais críticos.
Citação ABNT:
MAIOR-CABANNE, C. L. S.; OLIVEIRA, X. L. C.; TEIXEIRA, R. M. Apoio das Universidades aos 'Spin-Offs' Acadêmicos nas Fases de 'Early e Later Stage' . Revista Eletrônica de Ciência Administrativa, v. 18, n. 1, p. 105-131, 2019.
Citação APA:
Maior-cabanne, C. L. S., Oliveira, X. L. C., & Teixeira, R. M. (2019). Apoio das Universidades aos 'Spin-Offs' Acadêmicos nas Fases de 'Early e Later Stage' . Revista Eletrônica de Ciência Administrativa, 18(1), 105-131.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.21529/RECADM.2019005
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/52519/apoio-das-universidades-aos--spin-offs--academicos-nas-fases-de--early-e-later-stage--/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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