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A dimensão institucional do processo de crescimento econômico: inovações e mudanças institucionais, rotinas e tecnologia social
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Economia institucional. Economia evolucionária. Desenvolvimento econômico

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CONCEIÇÃO, Octavio A. C. A dimensão institucional do processo de crescimento econômico: inovações e mudanças institucionais, rotinas e tecnologia social. Economia e Sociedade, Campinas, SP, v. 17, n. 1, p. 85–108, 2016. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/ecos/article/view/8642803. Acesso em: 26 maio. 2024.

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Este artigo trata da natureza do processo de crescimento econômico, como resultado da interação entre a mudança institucional e tecnológica, o papel das firmas e as instituições. Tal perspectiva analítica se faz presente tanto nas abordagens evolucionárias, quanto institucionalistas. Elas comungam em dois aspectos: a) desenvolvimento é um processo multifacetado, que exige a investigação das condições que permitem seu avanço de maneira historicamente diferenciada; e b) a mudança tecnológica, as características das firmas e as instituições, em conjunto, moldam padrões específicos de desenvolvimento. Nesse sentido discutiremos a contribuição de Douglass North, Matthews, Zysman e Nelson

Abstract

This paper deals with the nature of the economic growth process, given by the interaction of institutional and technological change, the role of firms and institutions. This analytical perspective is present in both the evolutionary and the institutionalist approach. They both agree in two points of view: a) development is a complex process which claims for an inquiry about the conditions allowing for advancing through historically differentiated avenues; and b) technological change, firms and institutions jointly define specific development patterns. From this perspective the contributions of Douglass North, Matthews, Zysman and Nelson are discussed.

Key words: Institutional economics. Evolutionary economics. Economic development

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