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Contesti e attori dell’innovazione
Titolo Rivista: ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE  
Autori/Curatori: Simone Guercini 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2016 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  17 P. 84-100 Dimensione file:  322 KB
DOI:  10.3280/ES2016-003006
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Questo articolo concettuale prende in esame il rapporto tra contesto e attori dell’innovazione a partire da una rivisitazione dei processi di interazione e apprendimento. Rispetto a questo vengono selezionati alcuni caratteri degli attori con i quali avviene l’interazione e che contribuiscono a definire l’ambito dei processi di apprendimento che sostengono la capacità di innovazione. In particolare, viene presa in esame la posizione dell’attore rispetto alla localizzazione e rispetto al gruppo etnico di appartenenza. Questi aspetti sono selezionati tra quelli che sembrano agire maggiormente sulle imprese dei sistemi locali nell’esperienza italiana recente. Attraverso una classificazione di attori e interazioni l’articolo propone una tipologia di contesti dell’innovazione. Il cambiamento delle interazioni rilevanti genera un cambiamento del contesto e richiede conseguente adattamento.


Keywords: Attori, contesto, interazione, innovazione

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