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Determinantes de la inversión en innovación en el sector de Bogotá:estimaciones econométricas a nivel de la firma

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  • Jorge Andrés Vélez Ospina

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En este trabajo se presenta un análisis detalladosobre el proceso empresarial de inversión en innovación.A través de los diversos enfoques teóricossobre la teoría de la empresa y los escenarios deinnovación en las empresas, se procura comprenderlas implicaciones teóricas y la evidencia cuantitativaen torno al fenómeno de los determinantes dela inversión en innovación para el sector serviciosen Bogotá. Los hechos estilizados y las estimacioneseconométricas sobre regresiones cuantílicasdiseñadas para las PYMES y grandes empresasbogotanas permiten concluir que variables como eltipo de propiedad de las empresas y el capital deconocimiento resultan ser significativas, aunquesus efectos varían de acuerdo con el tamaño de lasempresas.

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Keywords: innovación; inversión; regresióncuantílica; sector servicios.;

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