Comercio, innovación y aglomeración. Un caso de estudio para Colombia

Palabras clave: comercio, población, innovación, Colombia, regional

Resumen

Este artículo se enfoca en la relación entre las importaciones, la innovación y la aglomeración de población dentro de las regiones. El principal objetivo es identificar la fuente de comercio que influye en la relación entre innovación y aglomeración, distinguiendo el tipo de importaciones por la intensidad tecnológica. Se estudia dos factores que han sido estudiados separadamente: comercio, por una parte; actividad de ciencia, tecnología e innovación (ACTI), por otra. Para controlar la heterogeneidad no observada, el estimador Least Square Dummy Variable con errores estándares robustos es empleado. Los resultados muestran que la intensidad tecnológica de las importaciones importa en el efecto de aglomeración de la ACTI. El efecto de la ACTI en la aglomeración condicionado por las importaciones varía según las características de las regiones.

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2020-02-05
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Guevara-Rosero, G. C. (2020). Comercio, innovación y aglomeración. Un caso de estudio para Colombia . Estudios Gerenciales, 36(155), 156-166. https://doi.org/10.18046/j.estger.2020.155.3383