Industrias culturales y crecimiento económico. Un modelo para el estudio del surgimiento de clusters creativos
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Industrias culturales
cluster
creatividad
crecimiento económico.

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AVILÉS-OCHOA, E., & Canizalez-Ramírez, P. M. (2015). Industrias culturales y crecimiento económico. Un modelo para el estudio del surgimiento de clusters creativos. Economía Sociedad Y Territorio, 185–216. https://doi.org/10.22136/est002015558

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El vínculo manifiesto entre economía y cultura revitaliza el interés en industrias culturales dado su conceptualización e implementación, no obstante, carecen de instrumentos correspondientes a su participación económica perceptible. Al retomar teorías de crecimiento endógeno y nueva geografía económica se propone un esquema de variables de industrias florecientes y un modelo de medición. Se encontró que Èstas se aglomeran en clusters creativos con un sistema de producción de economías internas, cuya motricidad depende del capital humano, especialización, consumo y variedad relacionada. Como corolario, el modelo determina que el crecimiento está en función de potencializar tales factores en procesos distintivos condicionantes.

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