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González-López Manuel (University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain)
The Spanish Cod Fishing Industry : Radical Production Changes without Significant Changes in the Innovation System
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2012, vol. 8, nr 4, s. 35-51, rys., tab., bibliogr. 43 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Contemporary Innovations and Entrepreneurship Concepts
Słowa kluczowe
Skłonność do innowacji, Zachowania innowacyjne, Strategia innowacyjna, Przetwórstwo rybne, Instytucje
Tendency to innovation, Innovative behaviours, Innovation strategy, Fish processing, Institutions
streszcz., summ.
Niniejsza praca analizuje zmiany w hiszpańskim przemyśle połowu dorsza w okresie kilku ostatnich lat. Autorzy próbują również zrozumieć dynamikę zmian przemysłowych oraz jej związek z instytucjami, rozumianymi tutaj jako formalne i nieformalne reguły i konwencje. Wyniki naszych badań sugerują, że czasami aby utrzymać konkurencyjność, branże potrzebują czegoś więcej niż tylko stopniowych zmian produktów czy technologii. Jak widać na przykładzie hiszpańskiej branży połowu dorsza, potrzebne są gruntowne zmiany, które wpłyną na cały system produkcji. Nawet jeżeli sferę produkcyjną dotkną gruntowne zmiany, nie oznacza to poważnych zmian w sposobie dokonywania innowacji przez firmy, czyli w ich systemie innowacji. (abstrakt oryginalny)

This paper studies the changes which have occurred in the Spanish cod fishing industry in the last few years. We also aim to understand the dynamics of industrial change and its relation to institutions, understood here as both formal and informal rules and conventions. Our results suggest that sometimes industries, in order to maintain their competitive position, need something more than incremental changes in their products or in the technologies that they use. As we can see with the Spanish cod fishing industry, major changes are needed which affect the institutional set-up of their production system. Nevertheless, even when major changes happen in the production sphere, this does not mean that major alterations happen in the way companies innovate, i.e. in their innovation system. (original abstract)
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