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Articulación de sectores y crecimiento económico en Colombia: un enfoque multivariado de detección de clusters empleando un Modelo de Insumo Producto

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  • Edgar David Gaytán Alfaro
  • Juan Carlos Ramos Mallarino

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Considerando como base de información a la Matriz Insumo Producto para la economía colombiana de 2010, actualizada por el Departamento Administrativo Nacional de Estadística (DANE, 2013), el presente documento emprende un proceso multivariante de reducción de datos sobre la submatriz de flujos intersectoriales con el objeto de presentar componentes principales derivados de la intensidad de comercialización intermedia. Tales componentes representan clusters cuya definición proviene de la intensidad de los intercambios sostenidos en las actividades económicas participantes. Los resultados pretenden convertirse en un referente de la complejidad productiva de Colombia cuya aplicación se traduzca en el desarrollo de un esquema normativo de cohesión y articulación del aparato productivo como factores de crecimiento económico.

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  • Edgar David Gaytán Alfaro & Juan Carlos Ramos Mallarino, 2016. "Articulación de sectores y crecimiento económico en Colombia: un enfoque multivariado de detección de clusters empleando un Modelo de Insumo Producto," Revista Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, vol. 25(1), pages 7-23, December.
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