ASPECTOS DA PADRONIZAÇÃO SETORIAL DAS INOVAÇÕES NA INDÚSTRIA BRASILEIRA: UMA ANÁLISE MULTIVARIADA A PARTIR DA PINTEC 2000
Bruno Cesar Campos
The article aims investigate features of the technical change in Brazilian industry in 2000. The literature related to sectoral patterns of innovation is utilized as theoretical framework, whereas hierarchical and non-hierarchical clustering analysis are used as methodological resource. Utilizing the Industrial Survey of Technological Innovation (PINTEC 2000) of the Brazilian Geography and Statistics Institute (IBGE) will be analyzed three features of the industrial technological innovation: the innovative sources, the knowledge and learning processes and the innovative outputs. The results show that intersectoral diversity cannot be neglected to understand the innovative performance of Brazilian industry. Although some specificities, the innovative conduct of Brazilian industrial sectors are coherent with the international literature.
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