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Ostacoli e determinanti dell’innovazione: un’analisi sulle imprese siciliane di successo

Questo lavoro intende contribuire ad ampliare la precedente indagine Res sull’innovazione in Sicilia, soffermandosi in particolare ad analizzare i principali fattori di ostacolo alla realizzazione di innovazioni. In generale, le nostre elaborazioni mettono in evidenza l'esistenza di elevati livelli di percezione delle barriere territoriali esterne imposte dalle carenze del contesto (infrastrutture, pubblica amministrazione, servizi alle imprese etc.). Tuttavia, le nostre stime fanno emergere l’importanza delle barriere economiche e delle barriere relazionali nel determinare soprattutto le innovazioni di processo. Un altro risultato della ricerca sottolinea l’elevato grado di interdipendenza fra le diverse tipologie di innovazioni e, in particolare, la grande incidenza delle innovazioni organizzative nel determinare l’intensità innovativa delle imprese siciliane.

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Length: 29 pages
Date of creation: 01 Dec 2010
Date of revision: 01 Dec 2010
Handle: RePEc:ris:wpares:2010_002
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