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Trayectorias empresariales: destrucción creativa, economías de escala, exportaciones y empleo

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  • Jan Ter Wengel Broen

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  • Gilma Beatriz Ferreira Villegas
  • Sergio Restrepo Ángel
  • Luis Miguel Suarez

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El empleo depende de la creación y expansión de empresas. Las empresas exitosasaprovechan las economías de escala para su expansión en el mercado doméstico yposteriormente en el de exportación. Se descubre una estrecha relación entre economíasde escala, productividad y empleo. La transformación de la economía no depende de latransferencia de recursos de un sector a otros sino de la transferencia de unidades menosproductivas a otras nuevas y/o más productivas. La empresa en expansión es la que másempleo genera pero la empresa nueva es la que conduce a la transformación de laeconomía.

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  • Jan Ter Wengel Broen & Gilma Beatriz Ferreira Villegas & Sergio Restrepo Ángel & Luis Miguel Suarez, 2009. "Trayectorias empresariales: destrucción creativa, economías de escala, exportaciones y empleo," DOCUMENTOS DE ECONOMÍA 005423, UNIVERSIDAD JAVERIANA - BOGOTÁ.
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