Desafios da inovação no Brasil e na Itália

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[Autom. eng. transl.] In this essay, Brazil and Italy are compared, from the point of view of economic analysis, two large countries which, although very different in terms of geographical abstention and population size, are nevertheless united by historical ties founded not only on the approximately thirty million Brazilians of Italian origin but above all on the same cultural tradition centered on respect and appreciation of the person, both in companies and more generally in production processes. The person, and not the individual as in the Anglo-Saxon culture, is at the center of economic relations (including market ones). It is, also from the point of view of the economic analysis, an element of great importance to understand the actual functioning of a country system.
Original languagePortuguese
Title of host publicationPor um empreendedorismo sustentável e inovador: a experiência das lideranças do sistema Sebrae
EditorsJosé Claudio dos Santos, FABIO ANTOLDI
Number of pages374
Publication statusPublished - 2014


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