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Avaliação dos Fundos Setorias: CT-Info

  • Luis Claudio Kubota
  • Mauro Oddo Nogueira
  • Daniel Nogueira Milani

Este estudo, que adota uma metodologia diferente de avaliação dos fundos setoriais, tem por objetivo realizar um exame da dinâmica de funcionamento e dos impactos do Fundo Setorial de Tecnologia da Informação (CT-Info) segundo o que está estabelecido como seu foco: fomentar projetos em empresas brasileiras do setor de informática. Para tanto, foi realizada uma investigação que buscou responder a três questões fundamentais: qual o perfil das empresas que obtiveram recursos concedidos pelo CT-Info? Como se desenvolveu a dinâmica de utilização destes recursos? Quais são os motivos para que empresas recorram ou não ao instrumento? Por um lado, os resultados apontam para uma captura do instrumento pelo complexo acadêmico-universitário. Por outro, para as poucas empresas beneficiárias, apesar das dificuldades burocráticas, os resultados obtidos foram muito expressivos. Palavras-chave: fundos setoriais; informática; sistema nacional de inovação. This articles adopts a differentiated methodology for evaluating sectoral funds, and its aim is to analyze the functioning and the impacts of CT-Info in what regards to its focus: to support projects in Brazilian information technology firms. To accomplish this goal, the research tried to answer three fundamental questions: what is the profile of the firms supported by CT-Info? How was the dynamics of utilization of the resources? What was the motivation for firms to use or not to use the instrument? In one hand, results point to a capture of the instrument by the Academy. On the other hand, for the few supported firms, despite bureaucratic difficulties, the obtained results were very important. Keywords: sectorial funds; information technology; national innovation system.

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Paper provided by Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA in its series Discussion Papers with number 1752.

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Length: 94 pages
Date of creation: Jul 2012
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Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1752
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