Redes de transporte, articulación territorial y desarrollo regional.

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Francisco Javier Antón-Burgos

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La dinámica de las redes de transporte se muestra hoy como uno de los rasgos más significativos en relación con los cambios derivados de la globalización y las nuevas aplicaciones conceptuales y tecnológicas introducidas en la industria del transporte. La gestión de dichas redes y la implementación de modelos logísticos más eficientes, permiten la utilización de sus potencialidades derivadas en lo concerniente al diseño de políticas de articulación territorial en diferentes escenarios del mundo, así como su empleo como valiosos instrumentos al servicio del desarrollo regional en sus diferentes escalas espaciales.

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Antón-Burgos, F. J. (2013). Redes de transporte, articulación territorial y desarrollo regional. Revista De Estudios Andaluces, (30), 27–47. https://doi.org/10.12795/rea.2013.i30.02
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