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Natário Maria Manuela Santos (Guarda Polytechnics Institute), Braga Ascensão Maria Martins (Guarda Polytechnics Institute), Lourenço António Joaquim Pires (Guarda Polytechnics Institute)
Tytuł
The Innovation Systems and the Regional Perspective : Comparative Analysis to NUTS II of the Iberian Peninsula
Systemy innowacji w perspektywie regionalnej : analiza porównawcza NUTS II Półwyspu Iberyjskiego
Źródło
Organizacja i Zarządzanie : kwartalnik naukowy, 2009, nr 1 (5), s. 5-20, tab., bibliogr. 63 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Regionalne systemy innowacyjne (RSI), Innowacje, Konkurencyjność
Regional Innovation System, Innovations, Competitiveness
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Kraj/Region
Półwysep Iberyjski
Abstrakt
Proces globalizacji i otwarcie gospodarek uwydatniły w sposób oczywisty terytorialne nierówności, redukując obszar kraju, jako punkt odniesienia oraz wprowadzając nowe strategiczne obszary - regiony i miasta. Coraz bardziej oczywiste jest, iż ta skala przestrzenna stała się ważną płaszczyzną rozwoju, a na szczeblu ponadnarodowym dokonano odpowiedniej identyfikacji obszarów geograficznych, w celu zapewnienia terytorialnej konkurencyjności. Nie tylko narody i przedsiębiorstwa, ale również regiony/miasta w coraz większym stopniu konkurują ze sobą, poszukując głównych źródeł korzyści. W tym kontekście znaczącym czynnikiem są innowacje. Tereny, regiony/miasta i okolice będą mniej lub bardziej konkurencyjne, dostosowując się pod względem innowacyjności. Uwzględniając te obserwacje, opierając się na innowacyjności, poprawie konkurencyjności regionów oraz posługując się analizą porównawczą regionów Półwyspu Iberyjskiego (NUTS II), na podstawie Europejskiej Regionalnej Tablicy Innowacji (RIS 2006), zamierzamy wykazać, iż regionalne i lokalne systemy innowacji przyczyniają się do kreacji i dyfuzji wiedzy. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The globalization process and the opening of economies have made evident the aggravation of territorial inequalities, reducing the national plan as spatial unit of reference and inducing the origin of new strategic territories - regions and cities. Thus, it is more and more recognized that these spatial scales have become important arenas of development and the sub-national levels have translating the most appropriate geographical units for the emergency and assertion of territorial competitiveness. Not only nations and companies but also regions/cities are more and more in direct competition amongst themselves, seeking their main sources of advantages. In this context, a factor that assumes a prominent place is the innovation. The territories, regions/cities and localities will be more or less competitive consonant its behaviour face to the innovation. Taking into considerations these observations, we intend to reflect on the paper that the regional and local innovation systems carry out on the creation and diffusion of knowledge, on the innovation and on the improvement of the regions competitiveness and also present a comparative analysis of the Iberian Peninsula regions (NUTS II), in terms of innovation, with basis on the Regional European Innovation Scoreboard (2006 RIS). (original abstract)
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