Cambio Tecnológico y Modelos de Simulación con Dinámica de Sistemas

  • José Carlos Rodríguez Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas y Empresariales
  • Mario Gómez Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas y Empresariales

Resumen

Este trabajo analiza el uso de la dinámica de sistemas como un método de
análisis en economía y ciencias de la gestión. Asume que estos fenómenos
pueden ser entendidos como sistemas no lineales y complejos. Se describen
las etapas que tienen que ser cubiertas para desarrollar un modelo bajo este
enfoque. Particularmente, en este trabajo, el caso del cambio tecnológico y el
desarrollo de los procesos de innovación ejemplifican el uso de este enfoque en economía y ciencias de la gestión. Finalmente, se revisan brevemente algunos trabajos en relación a este tema, destacándose los rasgos más importantes que caracterizan a estos trabajos en relación a la literatura sobre cambio tecnológico y desarrollo de innovaciones.

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Publicado
2017-02-22