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Política de Inovação na Era do Capitalismo de Plataformas

Neto, Victo José da Silva; Bonacelli, Maria Beatriz Machado; Pacheco, Carlos Américo;

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A economia digital deixou de ser setorialmente localizada. Pervasiva ao tecido econômico, sua lógica se impõe via processos de digitalização de serviços/produtos e difusão das plataformas como modelo organizacional. As alterações são substanciais em termos de lógica competitiva, mecanismos de inovação e atualização normativa. As plataformas trazem oportunidades e desafios para as economias nacionais. Em vista disso, organizações internacionais enfatizam a necessidade de atualizar políticas nacionais de inovação e diversos países tem estabelecido estratégias digitais. Neste artigo debatemos as principais características da economia digital e buscamos sua gênese na ‘nova economia’ dos anos 1990. Em seguida, apresentamos os principais pontos que fazem das plataformas digitais a best-practice organizacional da economia digital. Finalmente, discutimos aspectos da E-Digital, a estratégia de transformação digital desenvolvida pelo governo brasileiro: sua articulação com uma agenda política mais abrangente; definição de agência; visão de paradigma de inovação e compreensão do potencial e difusão da plataformização.

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Palavras-chave: plataformas; plataformas digitais; plataformização; inovação digital; economia digital; política de inovação,

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DOI: 10.5151/iv-enei-2019-6.2-060

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Neto, Victo José da Silva; Bonacelli, Maria Beatriz Machado; Pacheco, Carlos Américo; "Política de Inovação na Era do Capitalismo de Plataformas", p. 1146-1151 . In: Anais do IV Encontro Nacional de Economia Industrial e Inovação. São Paulo: Blucher, 2019.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/iv-enei-2019-6.2-060

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