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A influência das percepções de benefícios, resultados e dificuldades dos grupos de pesquisa sobre as interações com empresas
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Interação universidade-empresa. Conhecimento e inovação. Economia da tecnologia.

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ARAUJO, Veneziano de Castro; MASCARINI, Suelene; SANTOS, Emerson Gomes dos; COSTA, Ariana Ribeiro. A influência das percepções de benefícios, resultados e dificuldades dos grupos de pesquisa sobre as interações com empresas. Revista Brasileira de Inovação, Campinas, SP, v. 14, n. 1, p. 77–104, 2015. DOI: 10.20396/rbi.v14i1.8649090. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/rbi/article/view/8649090. Acesso em: 12 jun. 2024.

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O presente trabalho tem por objetivo investigar como as percepções dos grupos de pesquisa acadêmica sobre resultados, benefícios e dificuldades esperados das interações influenciam o número de interações que eles realizam com empresas, com base em um survey sobre as relações universidade-empresa no Brasil. Para tanto, por meio da Teoria de Resposta ao Item não Paramétrico (TRIN), foram criados agrupamentos não ad hoc a partir de padrões de resposta de pesquisadores para as percepções analisadas. A partir dos agrupamentos, foi estimado um modelo para identificar como essas percepções influenciam o número de interações dos grupos. Os resultados apontam que os grupos de pesquisa que percebem benefícios intangíveis e resultados de conhecimentos como mais importantes tendem a apresentar maior número de interações com empresas. Além disso, as dificuldades transacionais implicam menos interações com empresas. Por fim, são tecidos alguns desdobramentos para políticas públicas. 

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