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Saperi locali, innovazione tecnologica e sviluppo economico: indagine su un campione di imprese sarde

  • S. Lodde

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  • A. Sassu

L analisi empirica dello sviluppo locale ha fornito un notevole contributo alla comprensione dei meccanismi sottostanti alle dinamiche dei sistemi economici locali. L oggetto di tale analisi sono stati prevalentemente sistemi locali di successo come i distretti industriali. Minore attenzione hanno invece ricevuto le aree in cui, nonostante la presenza diffusa di un know how ricco e sofisticato, non si � ancora innescato alcun meccanismo di sviluppo endogeno. Il lavoro analizza il caso di un campione di imprese sarde appartenenti a settori fortemente radicati nei saperi tradizionali, esaminando in particolare il comportamento innovativo e le sue determinanti. La limitata crescita delle imprese � attribuita ad alcune caratteristiche peculiari di queste produzioni che agiscono come fattori inibenti dell innovazione e dell ampliamento dei mercati. In particolare la scelta di perseguire una strategia di nicchia sul mercato locale � incentivata dal vantaggio competitivo di cui queste imprese godono sul mercato locale, grazie alla capacit� di soddisfare specifiche esigenze dei consumatori locali. Inoltre la scarsa propensione a innovare � influenzata dal fatto che in questi settori non sempre l innovazione accresce la competitivit� dell impresa.

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Paper provided by Centre for North South Economic Research, University of Cagliari and Sassari, Sardinia in its series Working Paper CRENoS with number 200004.

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