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Redes globais de inovação e interações universidade-empresa: uma análise exploratória de dados
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BRITTO, Gustavo; SANTOS, Ulisses Pereira dos; KRUSS, Glenda; ALBUQUERQUE, Eduardo. Redes globais de inovação e interações universidade-empresa: uma análise exploratória de dados. Revista Brasileira de Inovação, Campinas, SP, v. 14, n. 1, p. 163–192, 2015. DOI: 10.20396/rbi.v14i1.8649093. Disponível em: Acesso em: 12 jun. 2024.


A literatura sobre redes globais de inovação (GINs) vem contribuindo para a identificação de mudanças na atuação de corporações multinacionais. Contudo, tal literatura ainda não explorou o papel das interações universidade-empresa nesse contexto. Objetiva-se aqui suprir essa lacuna em duas frentes. Primeiro, é apresentada uma análise exploratória de um banco de dados original contendo informações de firmas de nove países desenvolvidos e em desenvolvimento. Em segundo lugar, avalia-se a ligação entre a interação com universidades e a maturidade do sistema nacional de inovação. O método de análise de correspondência múltipla e um modelo Probit foram utilizados para avaliar os fatores-chave para as GINs. Os resultados identificam perfis diferenciados pelas características das firmas, mas que refletem padrões nacionais de associação. O modelo Probit confirma que a internacionalização produtiva e as interações locais aumentam a probabilidade de existência de interações com instituições internacionais.
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