Una reflexión teórica sobre la innovación en el Sector Turismo

Autores/as

  • Federico Rodríguez Torres Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas y Empresariales

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33110/rnee.v4i2.65

Palabras clave:

turismo, innovación tecnológica, reflexión teórica, servicios

Resumen

El sector servicios es un conglomerado de actividades heterogéneas, cuyascaracterísticas intrínsecas dificultan el estudio de la innovación desde el punto devista teórico y empírico. La innovación es uno de los factores causales másimportantes del proceso de tercerización de las economías y en este sentido, cabereflexionar si el concepto tradicional de innovación es aplicable al sector serviciosturísticos o si es necesario modificar el enfoque y redefinirlo acorde a esta actividadeconómica. El poco interés que tradicionalmente ha despertado en los investigadores elsector servicios turísticos debe revertirse ante la creciente importancia económica del mismo.

Biografía del autor/a

Federico Rodríguez Torres, Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas y Empresariales

Profesor de la Universidad Latina de América (UNLA), Morelia, Mich.

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2021-06-10