Acercamiento a las perspectivas del desarrollo económico local

Gerardo A. Buchelli L.

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Sin lugar a dudas, las nuevas tendencias de la economía propician una mayor internacionalización, producto del acelerado proceso de la globalización, y dado que ella es un fenómeno muy localizado, el desarrollo económico se fundamenta de manera creciente en las aglomeraciones económicas, retomando quizás, aquellos planteamientos de Marshall (1890), quien estudió los factores externos de las áreas industriales especializadas.


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