Measuring Greening of Industry 4.0 in Mexico

Luis Enrique Santiago, Merary Nancy Jiménez Martínez, Margarita Santiago G, A. López Cervantes

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El artículo aclara la forma en que se incorpora la Agenda de la Industria Verde en el sector industrial de las ciudades de México en 2014. Se busca explicar si las Actividades Intensivas en Conocimiento (KIA) también son intensivas en EL ejercicio de prácticas ambientales con respecto a otras industrias y si los KIA ubicados en las ciudades más grandes son las más innovadoras en términos ambientales. Los resultados indican que las KIA ubicadas en las ciudades más grandes del país no son las más preocupadas ambientalmente, sin embargo, la jerarquía urbana tiene un peso importante en la incorporación de la Agenda Industrial Verde.

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Agenda de Industria Verde, Industria 4.0, Actividades Intensivas en Conocimiento, Sistema Urbano

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