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CONTRIBUIÇÕES DA GEOGRAFIA ECONÔMICA EVOLUCIONÁRIA PARA A COMPREENSÃO DA DINÂMICA INOVATIVA

STEFANI, Rafael; RUFFONI, Janaina;

Artigo:

O ambiente econômico atual traz a mudança técnica como elemento dependente da topologia relacional dos atores e do arranjo instalado de firmas e instituições no território, que assume um protagonismo, não sendo mais tratado como um elemento passivo. As aglomerações industriais inovadoras são explicadas pela geração e troca de conhecimento, sendo interdependentes das redes sociais e dos contextos institucionais e locais. A perspectiva evolucionista em geografia econômica ocupa-se com a formação da paisagem econômica e entende que as experiências e as competências aprendidas por indivíduos em determinada localidade ao longo do tempo pode determinar o presente e a trajetória futura do espaço e provocar uma mudança competitiva. Considerando esse cenário, o artigo objetiva apresentar a área da Geografia Econômica Evolucionária e propor uma reflexão para compreender se e como esta auxilia na análise da mudança técnica. O resultado apresenta a Geografia Econômica Evolucionária com uma fertilidade intelectual importante para o entendimento da dinamica inovativa e da transformação do cenário técnico de regiões.

Artigo:

The current economic environment brings technical change as an element dependent on relational topology of the actors and the installed arrangement of firms and institutions in the territory, which plays a role, no longer treated as a passive element. Innovative industrial clusters are explained by the generation and exchange of knowledge, being interdependent social networks and institutional and local contexts. The evolutionary perspective on economic geography is concerned with the formation of the economic landscape and understand that the experiences and skills learned by individuals in a given location over time can determine the present and the future path of space and cause a competitive change. Given this scenario, the article presents the area of Evolutionary Economic Geography and propose a reflection to understand if and how this assists in technical change analysis. The result shows the Evolutionary Economic Geography with an important intellectual fertility for understanding the dynamics and innovative transformation of the technical scenario regions.

Palavras-chave: Geografia Econômica Evolucionária, dinâmicas de proximidade, inovação,

Palavras-chave: Evolutionay Economic Geography, proximity dynamics, innovation,

DOI: 10.5151/engpro-1enei-020

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Como citar:

STEFANI, Rafael; RUFFONI, Janaina; "CONTRIBUIÇÕES DA GEOGRAFIA ECONÔMICA EVOLUCIONÁRIA PARA A COMPREENSÃO DA DINÂMICA INOVATIVA", p. 334-353 . In: Anais do 1º Encontro da Nacional de Economia Industrial e Inovação [=Blucher Engineering Proceedings, v.3 n.4]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2016.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/engpro-1enei-020

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