Efetividade por Desenho: Superando as Barreiras Relacionadas à Orientação e Transação na Interação Pesquisa-Indústria



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Sergio Salles-Filho
Adriana Bin
Kleinsy Bonilla
Fernando Antonio Basile Colugnati

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Contexto: observa-se atualmente grande estímulo ao estabelecimento de interações entre organizações de pesquisa e indústria em países desenvolvidos. Em países da América Latina, este estímulo é acompanhado de desafios significativos. Países emergentes como é o caso do Brasil, tem particular interesse em conhecer e implementar modelos efetivos de interação pesquisa-indústria. Objetivo: Este trabalho apresenta um estudo da Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa e Inovação Industrial – Embrapii, uma entidade orientada ao fomento de relações entre organizações de pesquisa e empresas. Métodos: a pesquisa envolveu a coleta de dados de 63 projetos apoiados pela Embrapii durante sua fase piloto (entre 2012 e 2016) envolvendo três organizações de pesquisa e 44 empresas. Foram empregados quatro instrumentos de coleta de dados: dois questionários, entrevistas e visitas técnicas. Resultados: achados da pesquisa indicaram que as especificidades do modelo Embrapii permitiram a emergência de condições para uma interação pesquisa-indústria efetiva. Conclusão: o modelo Embrapii contribuiu para a superação de barreiras de orientação e de transação na interação pesquisa-indústria, apresentando bons resultados. Efeitos na geração de novas tecnologias, como novos produtos, processos e metodologias foram alcançados na maioria dos projetos.



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Salles-Filho, S., Bin, A., Bonilla, K., & Colugnati, F. A. B. (2021). Efetividade por Desenho: Superando as Barreiras Relacionadas à Orientação e Transação na Interação Pesquisa-Indústria. Revista De Administração Contemporânea, 25(5), e190346. https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-7849rac2021190346.en
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