Ciudades globales y atracción de talento. El espacio físico en el que germina la innovación y el emprendimiento

Vicente J. Montes Gan
Andrés Gómez Funes
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Este artículo centra su atención en el liderazgo de las ciudades globales en el actual proceso de creciente urbanización. Los autores analizan los factores estructurales e institucionales que contribuyen a mejorar su competitividad para la atracción del talento y la generación y acumulación de conocimiento, aspectos fundamentales para favorecer la innovación y actividad emprendedora necesaria para el progreso económico y social.

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talento, innovación, competitividad, ciudad global, emprendimiento
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