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

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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Palabras clave:
talento, innovación, competitividad, ciudad global, emprendimiento

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