Transferencia tecnológica, capital humano y cooperación: factores determinantes de los resultados innovadores en la industria manufacturera en Colombia 2007-2008

  • Carlos Hernán González CampO PhD. Universidad del Valle – Colombia. Grupo de Investigación Humanismo y Gestión.
  • AndreA Hurtado Ayala Universidad del Valle – Colombia. Grupo de Investigación Humanismo y Gestión.
Palabras clave: Innovación, transferencia tecnológica, capital humano, cooperación, inversión

Resumen

La inversión en tecnología y capital humano y en las redes de cooperación, juega un papel importante en el desarrollo del proceso innovador de un país;así lo prueban las diferentes perspectivas sobre innovación, incluida la teoría de desarrollo endógeno. Con la información de la IV Encuesta de Desarrollo e Innovación Tecnológica, realizada en Colombia para el periodo 2007-2008, los autores utilizan un método de regresión lineal que permite definir las relaciones causales entre las variables mencionadas. Los resultados establecen que variables como tecnología, relaciones de cooperación e inversión en capital humano, determinan los resultados innovadores de la industria manufacturera colombiana, los cuales son mejores cuando se establecen relaciones de cooperación con otras entidades que apoyan la innovación y cuando se invierte en formación del capital humano.

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2012-12-27
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González CampO, C. H., & Hurtado Ayala, A. (2012). Transferencia tecnológica, capital humano y cooperación: factores determinantes de los resultados innovadores en la industria manufacturera en Colombia 2007-2008. Informador Técnico, 76, 32. https://doi.org/10.23850/22565035.27
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