Arbor, Vol 185, No 738 (2009)

La perspectiva del sistema nacional/regional de innovación: balance y recepción en España


https://doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2009.738n1051

Mikel Olazaran
ILCLI, Universidad del País Vasco (UPV-EHU), España

Beatriz Otero
ILCLI, Universidad del País Vasco (UPV-EHU), España

Resumen


En este artículo se analiza el origen y desarrollo del concepto de sistema de innovación, así como su recepción en España. En primer lugar, se examinan las bases conceptuales de la perspectiva del “sistema nacional de innovación” (SNI). A continuación, se analiza la aplicación que se ha hecho de una de las variantes con mayor desarrollo: el “sistema regional de innovación” (SRI). Se dedica una especial atención a la problemática de la innovación en las pymes. Por último, a través de una encuesta realizada entre autores con publicaciones en este campo, se estudia la recepción y aplicación del concepto del SNI/SRI en España.

Palabras clave


Sistema de innovación; innovación en pymes; politicas regionales de innovación

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