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Journal of technology management & innovation

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Abstract

LAZZAROTTI, Fábio; SAMIR DALFOVO, Michael  and  EMIL HOFFMANN, Valmir. A Bibliometric Study of Innovation Based on Schumpeter. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation [online]. 2011, vol.6, n.4, pp. 121-135. ISSN 0718-2724.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-27242011000400010.

The aim of this paper is to analyze the production of the scientific innovation theme, based on the Economical Development Theory. The bibliometric study started from the seven categories derived from Schumpeter’s seminal text in articles from the following journals IJIM, JOTMI, RAI and RBI, published in the 2000 decade. Results have shown an increase in eleven new categories in the innovation realm, and the predominant categories are the ones that mention ‘organizational resources, capabilities and competencies, knowledge and learning’. The topic ‘new product’, from Schumpeter’s original text, was the third most investigated. We have come to the conclusion that the discussion of the subject innovation is far beyond the cases of innovation shown by his seminal author in the early twentieth century and, even though this may not be a theory of resources, this approach and other ones derived from it - such as the dynamic capabilities approach, the skills approach and the organizational knowledge approach - have now attracted the interest of the academy in recent years.

Keywords : Innovation; innovation categories; schumpeter; bibliometrics.

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