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Vol. 6 Núm. 1 (2012): La arquitectura financiera en las organizaciones para la competitividad: 978-607-96203-0-1

Modelo de tipología de clústers, aplicación al clúster automotriz en Aguascalientes

June 20, 2016


Pregunta de Investigación, ¿De que tipo es el clúster automotriz en Aguascalientes?,  Objetivo de la investigación: Con base en la teoría del clúster automotriz y su tipología, establecer de que tipo es el clúster automotriz en Aguascalientes, como aportación del marco teórico se selecciona  la tipología desarrollada por  Markusen (1996), como base para establecer la del clúster automotriz en Aguascalientes,  esta se conforma de cuatro tipos base de clúste


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