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Contraste Del Modelo Centro-Periferia En Las Redes De Transferencia De Conocimiento De Tres Parques Tecnológicos Españoles /


  • González Vázquez, B.

    () (Universidad de Vigo (España))

  • Fernández López, F.J.

    () (Universidad de Vigo (España))


En este artículo contrastamos si existe un modelo o patrón de comportamiento que explique la transferencia de conocimiento en una red de empresas innovadoras y de base tecnológica geográficamente próximas. Partimos del modelo centro-periferia, y lo analizamos en primer lugar desde una perspectiva reticular, estudiando la estructura de la red que se forma entre empresas innovadoras al transmitir conocimiento. Posteriormente, estudiamos la influencia de determinadas variables sobre la intensidad en la transferencia de conocimiento. Para conseguir nuestro objetivo, aplicamos el modelo a las redes de los Parques Tecnológicos de Galicia, de Madrid y de Málaga. En los resultados confirmamos gráfica y cuantitativamente el modelo propuesto, además de constatar que las condiciones industriales influyen en la morfología de la red, y que en ausencia de un líder, la transferencia de conocimiento en redes pequeñas forma ciclos. / In this article we contrast if there exists a model or standard of behaviour that explains the transfer of knowledge in a network of innovative companies and geographically near. We depart from the model core-periphery, and analyze it, first from a reticulated perspective, across the structure of the network that is formed among innovative companies on having transmitted knowledge. Later, we confirm the influence of certain labels on the intensity in the transfer of knowledge. To attain our objective, we applied the model to the networks established in the Technology Parks of Galicia, Madrid and Malaga. In the results we confirm graph and quantitatively the proposed model, beside stating that the industrial conditions influence the morphology of the network, and that in absence of a leader the transfer of knowledge in small networks forms cycles.

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  • González Vázquez, B. & Fernández López, F.J., 2008. "Contraste Del Modelo Centro-Periferia En Las Redes De Transferencia De Conocimiento De Tres Parques Tecnológicos Españoles /," Investigaciones Europeas de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (IEDEE), Academia Europea de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (AEDEM), vol. 14(2), pages 87-107.
  • Handle: RePEc:idi:jiedee:v:14:y:2008:i:2:p:87-107

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