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Construção e aprimoramento de capacidades por meio da aquisição de pequenas empresas: Um estudo da indústria farmacêutica

Matos, Murilo Montanari de;

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Este trabalho parte daaquisição de pequenas empresas por grandes empresas como um fenômeno recente. Apartir deste fato se pergunta: Que elementos são incorporados pela grandeempresa que impactam positivamente sobre sua atividade inovativa? Dessa forma,o objetivo deste artigo consiste em responder esta pergunta. Para isso o estudoestabelece quais os elementos presentes na pequena empresa que podem contribuircom a atividade inovativa da grande empresa. Estes elementos são basicamentedois: uma contribuição de ordem técnica e outra de que incorpora as habilidadesdos trabalhadores. A contribuição técnica advém dos resultados das atividadesde pesquisa da pequena empresa, no presente caso, as patentes que são astécnicas em si e as capacidades para patentear, as quais estão descritas nasclasses de patentes. A contribuição oriunda das habilidades pode ser observadaatravés dos inventores que trabalham na empresa, como proxies para estas oestudo utiliza os inventores das patentes. Este estudo conclui que a contribuiçãotécnica das pequenas empresas é utilizada para fortalecer as capacidades jáexistentes nas grandes empresas. Em contrapartida, a contribuição baseada emhabilidades é utilizada de forma mais intensiva e para criar novascompetências. 

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Palavras-chave: Fusões e Aquisições, Pequenas Empresas Intensivas em Conhecimento, Patentes, Indústria Farmacêutica,

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DOI: 10.5151/enei2018-59

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Matos, Murilo Montanari de; "Construção e aprimoramento de capacidades por meio da aquisição de pequenas empresas: Um estudo da indústria farmacêutica", p. 1064-1083 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2018.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/enei2018-59

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