Determinantes clave en el debate teórico sobre crecimiento empresarial
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Colombia
crecimiento empresarial
edad
empresas de alto crecimiento
tamaño de la empresa

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MELGAREJO, Z., CIRO, D., & SIMÓN ELORZ, K. (2019). Determinantes clave en el debate teórico sobre crecimiento empresarial. Criterio Libre, 17(31), 275-296. https://doi.org/10.18041/1900-0642/criteriolibre.2019v18n31.6142

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El crecimiento empresarial ha sido ampliamente señalado en la literatura académica como una variable relevante a nivel económico como generadora de empleo y bienestar. Recientemente también se ha considerado la influencia de las empresas de alto crecimiento y gacelas. Este trabajo tiene por objetivo abordar el crecimiento empresarial desde el punto de vista teórico, estableciendo su impacto, como variable multidimensional, de diversos factores empresariales como tamaño, edad, región y ciclo económico, a partir de la evidencia resultante de la revisión de literatura llevada a cabo. Además, se muestran algunos aspectos que contribuyen al crecimiento de las empresas en Colombia.

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