Urban Innovation and Reinvention: The Case of New York

Ana Ariño Gutiérrez
Fred Olayele


Publicado: jun 30, 2021

El crecimiento de la economía de la innovación en la ciudad de Nueva York es el resultado de una estrategia de desarrollo económico basado en el talento como promotor del crecimiento. Este trabajo presenta un caso de estudio sobre cómo iniciativas de construcción de ecosistemas innovadores, inversiones urbanas estratégicas y la política industrial promovieron el crecimiento del ecosistema tecnológico de la ciudad. Esto provee de un marco para la comprensión de la innovación urbana y la diversificación industrial.



Palabras clave:
desarrollo económico, startups, innovación urbana, política industrial, innovación, diversificación industrial, asociación público-privada

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