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Impacto de las externalidades dinámicas de aglomeración en el sector industrial colombiano, 1992-2003

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  • Omar David Campo García


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    La formación y consolidación de las ciudades es un fenómeno que está ligado a los contactosentre seres humanos. Estas interacciones generan externalidades dinámicas de aglomeración. Eneste trabajo se intenta analizar el impacto que dichas externalidades tienen en el desempeño de laindustria manufacturera colombiana. Se encuentra que la estructura de la industria se adapta alpaso del tiempo, de tal forma que en algunos períodos es positiva la influencia de los monopolios,mientras que en otros es la competencia la que fomenta el crecimiento económico. La conclusiónprincipal es que el análisis de las externalidades de aglomeración no puede hacerse estáticamentepara grandes períodos de tiempo, puesto que la dinámica económica hace necesario que se considerenlos cambios en la coyuntura que suceden en un entorno cada vez más globalizado.

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    Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD DEL NORTE in its series DOCUMENTOS IEEC with number 007286.

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    Length: 35
    Date of creation: 31 Mar 2008
    Handle: RePEc:col:000383:007286
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