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Sistemas Nacionais de Inovação e Algumas Considerações Sobre as Empresas Multinacionais

SILVA, Leandro Alves;

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Esse artigo assume que os sistemas nacionais de inovação (SNI) constituem, ao mesmo tempo, uma fonte de vantagens de propriedade para a firmas multinacionais e uma vantagem locacional para os países. A partir de uma base de dados de informações administrativas (Orbis) sobre as maiores empresas globais em termos de lucro, receita e número de empregados, são propostos indicadores que revelam as relações e, principalmente, as conexões que as empresas multinacionais podem estabelecer entre os sistemas nacionais de inovação. Dentre as implicações extraídas das análises realizadas, merece destaque a existência de um espaço privilegiado de atuação das empresas multinacionais como uma projeção do conceito de sistema de inovação.

Artigo Completo:

This article assumes that national innovation systems (NIS) are at the same time a source of ownership advantages for multinational firms and a locational advantage for countries. From a database of administrative information (Orbis) on the largest global companies in terms of profit, revenue and number of employees, indicators are proposed that reveal the relationships and, especially, the connections that multinational companies can establish between the Innovation systems. Among the implications of the analyzes carried out, it is worth highlighting the existence of a privileged space for multinational companies to act as a projection of the concept of innovation system.

Palavras-chave: Sistema Nacional de Inovação, Multinacional, Ranking de Empresas,

Palavras-chave: National Innovation System, Multinational, Ranking of Companies,

DOI: 10.5151/enei2017-27

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Como citar:

SILVA, Leandro Alves; "Sistemas Nacionais de Inovação e Algumas Considerações Sobre as Empresas Multinacionais", p. 473-491 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2017.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/enei2017-27

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