O Crescimento na Indústria de Plásticos
AbstractTitle: Growth in the Plastics Industry The plastics processors in Brazil are considered to be a “weak link” of the productive chains in which they are inserted. Plastic processors are a “supplier dominated” industry according to Pavitt’s typology. Nevertheless, some firms in this industry seem to be able to explore the increasing use of plastics in different applications as an opportunity for growth. A question that has not yet been explored is: How do firms surpass the limitations of the industry, evolving in successful growth trajectories? This article analyses the growth dynamics of small companies of low to medium technology in order to explore the factors that stimulate the growth of firms in this industry, focusing on organizational profile and technological learning. A case study is presented in order to illustrate the growth trajectory of a Brazilian plastic processor.
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Padilha, G., & Bomtempo, J. V. (2007). O Crescimento na Indústria de Plásticos. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 2(2), 148-156. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/art52
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