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I divari territoriali nell’innovazione delle imprese italiane

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  • Marina Capparucci
  • Alina Verashchagina

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Utilizzando i dati della Community Innovation Survey per il 2010 si è voluto indagare sulla capacità innovativa delle imprese italiane, distinguendo per distribuzione regionale e per dimensione d’impresa. Attraverso un modello multivariato di probit abbiamo considerato le diverse tipologie di innovazione - di prodotto, di processo, organizzative e di marketing - assumendo che possa esistere una complementarità tra di loro. L’aver analizzato l’influenza delle principali variabili sulla propensione ad innovare da parte delle imprese (come la spesa per l’attività innovativa, alcune caratteristiche del capitale umano, i finanziamenti provenienti dall’Amministrazione Centrale/Regionale e/o quelli ricevuti dall’esterno, gli accordi di co-operazione relativi ad attività innovativa) ha consentito di formulare alcuni suggerimenti di policy per incentivare ulteriormente l’attività di innovazione

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  • Marina Capparucci & Alina Verashchagina, 2016. "I divari territoriali nell’innovazione delle imprese italiane," QUADERNI DI ECONOMIA DEL LAVORO, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2016(105), pages 81-114.
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