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Capital humano, redes externas e innovación en la industria colombiana

  • Iliana Páez Gabriunas

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    A partir de una muestra de industrias manufactureras en Colombia, se analiza la relación entre el capital humano, medido a través del nivel educativo, y los resultados de innovación, capacitación, redes e inversión de capital extranjero. Se identifican tres grupos de empresas —bajo nivel educativo, técnicas y profesionales— y se encontraron diferencias significativas entre estos grupos frente a los indicadores analizados. En general, existe una baja proporción de profesionales y técnicos en las industrias manufactureras colombianas estudiadas, aunque hay más profesionales que técnicos. El resultado principal es que los resultados de innovación, conectividad con redes externas, los esfuerzos de capacitación y las inversiones en actividades de innovación y de capital extranjero, son mayores en el conglomerado de profesionales.

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    Volume (Year): (2012)
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    Handle: RePEc:col:000129:011327
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