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EJMS. 2002; 7(2): 143-155


CAPITAL E DESENVOLVIMENTO: EVOLUCAO CONCEPTUAL

Ana Maria Ussman; Mario Franco; Joao Leitao; Leonor Nunes.

Abstract
Este artigo pretende analisar a evoluc,ao do conceito de Capital sob o ponto de vista da Hist6ria, da Sociologia, da Economia, e da Gestao. Para alem disso, prop6e uma tipologia basica sobre a formac,ao de Capital, tendo por base os componentes financeiros, tecnicos, e humanos, que contribuem para a forma­ c,ao de Valor Acrescentado. Este estudo explorat6rio faz parte de um trabalho multidisciplinar mais vasto desenvolvido por investigadores da Universidade da Beira Interior em colaborac,ao com o lnstituto Superior Tecnico e a Universidade do Minho.

Key words: Capital, lnovac,ao, Desenvolvimento, e Conhecimento


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