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El sector del calzado en el barrio El Restrepo, Bogotá. Un análisis de caso a la luz de los sistemas productivos locales

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  • David Forero

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    Este artículo presenta los resultados de una investigación que se enfocó en la elaboración de un diagnóstico sobre la situación económica de la aglomeración productora y comercializadora de calzado del barrio El Restrepo, ubicado en la ciudad de Bogotá D. C. Dicho diagnóstico se realizó a partir de la recolección, ordenamiento y análisis de información cualitativa y cuantitativa que se levantó de encuestas y entrevistas que se aplicaron a empresarios de la zona, y mediante consultas hechas a gremios y entes públicos involucrados con la actividad de esta aglomeración. Se presenta la contextualización teórica del concepto de sistema productivo local (SPL); seguido se hace una caracterización de la industria de calzado, abordando primero el ámbito internacional y después el nacional. Se enfatiza en la aglomeración estudiada; luego se expone la metodología utilizada para la obtención y procesamiento de la información en el trabajo de campo, así como los resultados obtenidos. Por último se presentan las conclusiones.

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    Volume (Year): (2014)
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