Blocos de construção da capacidade de absorção de países
Silveira, Naijela Janaina Costa
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In organizations, knowledge is already assumed as a strategic asset, as well as an explanatory variable for their performance and growth. Thus, it is considered that the diffusion and acquisition of knowledge determine the innovative potential of companies. In this context, this paper aimed to select the Absorptive Capacity (BB) Buildings Blocks (BBs) through the Systematic Review Literature (SRL) and validate them through econometric models for developing and developed economies. The research also identifies possible thresholds of these BBs using the fixed effects threshold model in panel data (2007-2015). The results show that BBs and their respective most significant thresholds for developed countries are not, in fact, the most important for emerging and developing countries, as groups have different socioeconomic conditions and therefore assume that each group has BBs that are more expressive.
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