Revista Universidad y Empresa

ISSN-e: 2145-4558

ISSN: 0124-4639 

Estudio cuantitativo de los factores que afectan el desempeño de los parques científico-tecnológicos (PCT)

Gerardo Luís Angulo Cuentas, Maryuris Charris Polo, Jaime Camacho Pico

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12804/rev.univ.empresa.27.2014.08

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Resumen


Esta investigación pone a prueba, empíricamente, una serie de hipótesis sobre una muestra de 409 parques científico-tecnológicos (PCT) de todo el mundo. Esto se hace, mediante varios modelos de regresión, con el objetivo de analizar el impacto de factores internos y externalidades sobre el desempeño de los PCT. Los resultados más importantes muestran los casos y las condiciones en los que factores internos tienen un impacto positivo sobre el desempeño. Dada la escasa evidencia disponible, analizando los aspectos de los que trata este trabajo, el estudio aporta evidencia empírica significativa al avance de la literatura relativa al tema.

Palabras clave


administración de parques científico-tecnológicos (PCT); desempeño económico; desempeño innovador; parques científico-tecnológicos (PCT).

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