Empreendedorismo, Inovação e Redes

Programa de Pós-Graduação Stricto Sensu em Administração

Siga o Programa na rede social:
Effectuation x causation. Inovação e empreendedorismo. Tipos de inovação. Ecossistema inovador. Orientação Empreendedora. Motivações Empreendedoras: necessidade x oportunidade. Imersão social e empreendedorismo. Imersão: definição, níveis de análise (relacional, estrutural, cognitivo, institucional, político, social, micro, macro), importância x limitações teórico-conceituais. Perspectiva sub x supersocializada do ator econômico. Capital social e empreendedorismo: definições; níveis de análise (estrutural, relacional, cognitivo). Laços sociais, buracos estruturais x fechamento, linking social capital. Redes como variável dependente x independente.
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