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Políticas Públicas de Inovação no Setor Agropecuário: Uma Avaliação dos Fundos Setoriais

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  • José Eustáquio Ribeiro Vieira Filho

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O presente artigo avalia os Fundos Setoriais, em especial o CT-Agronegócio. Além de apresentar o sistema nacional de inovação agropecuária no Brasil, o trabalho mostra a dinâmica do fundo de desenvolvimento tecnológico relacionado à agricultura. Para tanto, faz-se uma rápida descrição dos projetos relacionados à agricultura, mas que receberam suporte financeiro por meio de outros instrumentos, em especial, as ações transversais e os demais fundos setoriais. Os resultados mostram que o CT-Agronegócio é um mecanismo que transforma ciência básica em inovação tecnológica. Por fim, discute-se o fortalecimento das políticas de apoio à inovação. Palavras-chave: Tecnologia agrícola; mudança tecnológica; políticas públicas de inovação. The aim of this paper is to analyze the sectoral funds directed to agribusiness (CTAgribusiness). Besides presenting the national system of agricultural innovation in Brazil, the study shows the dynamic of technological development related to agribusiness sectoral funds. A description of the projects related to agriculture is presented, even if they received support from other instruments, particularly from other sectoral funds. Results show that the CT-Agribusiness converts basic science into technological innovation. Finally, different policies to promote technological innovation are discussed. Keywords: Agricultural technology; technological change; innovation public policies.

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  • José Eustáquio Ribeiro Vieira Filho, 2012. "Políticas Públicas de Inovação no Setor Agropecuário: Uma Avaliação dos Fundos Setoriais," Discussion Papers 1722, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1722
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