Study of the Start-Up Ecosystem in Lima, Peru: Analysis of Interorganizational Networks
Keywords: innovation ecosystems, entrepreneurial ecosystems, technological entrepreneurship, start-ups, social network analysis, interorganizational networks analysis, linkedin
AbstractAccording to the literature, In the context of changes at a global level the formation of new businesses drives the economy, being important start-ups, which are linked to a community of entrepreneurs, mentors, incubators, accelerators, providers of common services, angel investors, venture capitalists, universities and public support entities, which together configure an ecosystem that is linked to other ecosystems. In this way, this work focuses on the Lima, Peru ecosystem with the aim of providing an understanding of the interorganizational networks that are established based on the analysis of the interactions that occur in the LinkedIn social network. Definitions, methodology, results and conclusions are presented.
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Hernandez, C., & González, D. (2017). Study of the Start-Up Ecosystem in Lima, Peru: Analysis of Interorganizational Networks. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 12(1), 71-83. https://doi.org/10.4067/S0718-27242017000100008
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