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MUDANÇAS CLIMÁTICAS COMO UM FATOR EXÓGENO QUE AFETA O COMPORTAMENTO DE BUSCA TECNOLÓGICA

CLIMATE CHANGE AS AN EXOGENOUS TRIGGERS AFFECTING THE TECHNOLOGICAL SEARCH BEHAVIOR

FEITOSA, Paulo Henrique Assis;

Artigo Completo:

Este artigo tem como objetivo examinar o processo de mudanças climáticas globais como um fator exógeno que modifica o grau e a direção do comportamento de busca tecnológica das firmas. A análise organiza a literatura principal em três níveis principais, da firma, dado o esgotamento tecnológico e a expansão para além de mercados nacionais, do mercado, diante de condições específicas da sua evolução que afetam o seu funcionamento e a distribuição de incentivos, e do sistema, que reflete os estímulos para realização de atividades inovativas a partir de diferentes condições de oportunidade tecnológica. Procura-se demonstrar, a partir da literatura subjacente, que as transformações no ambiente tecnológico promovidas pelas mudanças climáticas constituem um importante fator exógeno capaz de alterar a forma como as firmas conduzem sua atividade de busca tecnológica. Nesse sentido, a contribuição do artigo consiste em relacionar essas transformações em três níveis principais, de forma a extrapolar os limites setoriais, tecnológicos e geográficos dos estudos existentes.

Artigo Completo:

This paper aims to examine the process of global climate change as an exogenous trigger that modifies the level and direction of the firms' technological search behavior. The analysis organizes the main literature on three main levels, the firm, given the technological exhaustion and expansion beyond national markets, the market, given specific conditions of its evolution affecting its operation and the distribution of incentives, and the system, which reflects the stimuli for carrying out innovative activities from diferente technological opportunity conditions. The paper seeks to demonstrate, from the underlying literature, that the transformations in the technological environment promoted by the climatic changes are an importante exogenous factor capable of changing the way in which companies lead their technological search activity. In this sense, the contribution of the article is to relate these transformations to three main levels, in order to extrapolate the sectorial, technological and geographical limits of the existing studies.

Palavras-chave: Mudanças climáticas, busca tecnológica, exploração e explotação,

Palavras-chave: Climate changes, technological search, exploitation and exploitation,

DOI: 10.5151/enei2017-63

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Como citar:

FEITOSA, Paulo Henrique Assis; "MUDANÇAS CLIMÁTICAS COMO UM FATOR EXÓGENO QUE AFETA O COMPORTAMENTO DE BUSCA TECNOLÓGICA", p. 1169-1188 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2017.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/enei2017-63

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