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Świadek Arkadiusz
Tytuł
Determinanty aktywności innowacyjnej w regionalnych systemach przemysłowych w Polsce
Determinants of Innovation Activity in Regional Industry Systems in Poland
Źródło
Rozprawy i Studia / Uniwersytet Szczeciński, 2008, nr 715, 385 s., rys., tab., załączniki, bibliogr. s. 345-364
Słowa kluczowe
Potencjał rozwojowy, Regionalne systemy innowacyjne (RSI), Procesy innowacyjne w przemyśle, Innowacyjność regionu, Innowacyjność przemysłu, Studium przypadku, Przegląd literatury
Development potential, Regional Innovation System, Innovation processes in industry, Regional innovation, Industry innovation, Case study, Literature review
Uwagi
summ.
Kraj/Region
Województwo lubuskie, Pomorze Zachodnie, Województwo śląskie
Lubuskie Voivodship, Śląskie voivodship
Abstrakt
Określono koncepcje regionalnych sieci innowacyjnych w działalności przemysłowej, funkcjonujących w krajach bardziej rozwiniętych technologicznie niż Polska. Omówiono uwarunkowania determinujące aktywność innowacyjną w regionalnych systemach przemysłowych. Zaprezentowano problemy związane ze stosowanymi metodologiami zbierania, wykorzystania i przydatności danych do analizy zachowań innowacyjnych. Przedstawiono uwarunkowania innowacyjności w trzech regionach: województwie śląskim, Pomorzu Zachodnim i Ziemi Lubuskiej. Omówiono wielokryterialne warunki brzegowe dla modelu kreowania, absorpcji i dyfuzji innowacji w regionalnych sieciach przemysłowych.

Innovation systems have become the subject matter of theoretical and empirical research over the last 15-20 years. This approach focuses on the determinants of development and diffusion of process and product innovations. Its essence is the relationship between internal and external players in the region as the findings from the research have revealed that manufacturing entities are more successful when they are involved in an intensive network integration. The conceptual framework for the issues discussed - as identified and organised by the author - had encouraged attempts to evaluate the determinants of innovative performance of regional industrial systems. The basic research hypothesis argued that innovative mechanisms observed in spatial industrial systems and their relationships with environment were strongly determined by the multidimensional impact of the local, national and transnational factors. Those determinants have shaped industrial systems in Poland and have conditioned their development potential. The main objective of the thesis was to explore the convergence and divergence of innovative activities in regional industrial systems, and - as a consequence - to define marginal conditions for a model dynamic structure of a regional innovation network, allowing for the specificity of Poland and its regions, in the context of other countries' experience, with a focus on three provinces. The theoretical and empirical study has revealed the identifiability of both innovation processes and their constraints in the national economising system, which lays ground for construction of diversified regional innovation network development paths, incorporating the national and interregional specificity. It enables acceleration of the processes of generation, absorption and diffusion of technology, and in the longer run it contributes to improvement in competitive performance of regions and the whole country in the international market. (original abstract)
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