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Políticas de inovação orientadas por missões: avaliação ex-post a partir de um modelo de análise qualitativa

Mission-oriented innovation policies: ex-post evaluation based on a qualitative analysis model

Ribeiro, Luisa Alem; Tatsch, Ana Lúcia; Koeller, Priscila.;

Artigo:

O debate em torno das políticas de inovação se torna imperativo frente aos novos e grandes desafios enfrentados pela sociedade, tais como a própria COVID-19. No âmbito dessa discussão, existem diferentes perspectivas acerca da racionalidade das políticas. Dentre elas, a abordagem orientada por missões, que foca, justamente, na solução desses desafios. Este enfoque embasou a formulação de políticas de inovação em diversos países, englobando tanto os desenvolvidos quanto os em desenvolvimento. Diante disso, o objetivo deste trabalho é construir um modelo analítico a partir da perspectiva mission-oriented a fim de possibilitar a análise qualitativa ex-post das políticas de inovação implementadas que, em tese, tiveram como arcabouço propositivo esta ótica. A proposta não visa apresentar um receituário, mas permitir melhor organizar o exame e a avaliação das políticas empreendidas. Essa análise poderá indicar os caminhos para aperfeiçoamento dessas iniciativas e também aperfeiçoar a concepção de futuras políticas neste campo.

Artigo:

The debate on innovation policies becomes imperative in the face of new and major challenges confronting society, such as COVID-19. In the scope of this discussion, there are different perspectives on the rationality of policies. Among them, the mission-oriented approach, which focuses precisely on solving these challenges. This approach has been the basis for formulating innovation policies in several countries, encompassing both developed and developing countries. Therefore, the objective of this work is to build an analytical model based on mission-oriented approach to enable qualitative ex-post analysis of implemented innovation policies that, in theory, had this perspective as a propositional framework. The proposal is not intended to present a prescription, but rather to allow better organization of the examination and evaluation of the policies undertaken. This analysis may indicate ways to improve these initiatives and refine the design of future policies in this field.

Palavras-chave: Política de inovação; Abordagem orientada por missões; Análise qualitativa ex-post de políticas,

Palavras-chave: Innovation policy; Mission-oriented approach; Ex-post qualitative analysis of the policies,

DOI: 10.5151/vi-enei-817

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Como citar:

Ribeiro, Luisa Alem; Tatsch, Ana Lúcia; Koeller, Priscila.; "Políticas de inovação orientadas por missões: avaliação ex-post a partir de um modelo de análise qualitativa", p. 1242-1263 . In: Anais do VI Encontro Nacional de Economia Industrial e Inovação (ENEI): “Indústria e pesquisa para Inovação: novos desafios ao desenvolvimento sustentável”. São Paulo: Blucher, 2022.
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