The importance of the essential factors in the cluster // La importancia de los factores fundamentales en el clúster // A importância dos fatores chave no clúster

Javier Gomez Diaz


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15665/rde.v15i2.917

Abstract


The objective proposed in this paper is to demonstrate the importance of the fundamental factors in the functioning and competitiveness of the clúster. A survey was applied to hoteliers and restaurateurs of the tourist destination of the city of Oaxaca, with information obtained correlation analysis and regression factors were made. The results show that there is a positive relationship between the factors of cooperation, social networks, knowledge and innovation, and these same relate to competitiveness. The trust factor is related to competitiveness, but showed no relation to the other fundamental factors. According to the regression knowledge and innovation are the factors that explain the competitiveness of the companies surveyed. This shows the importance of the fundamental factors for the clúster, which should be considered when implementing a clúster policy and achieve increased competitiveness.


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cooperación; competencia; conocimiento; innovación; competitividad

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