OECD Reviews of innovation policy : Mexico.

Paris : OECD, 2009.
Descripción: 216 páginas : diagramas

ISBN: 9789264075979

Over the past decade, Mexico has made significant progress towards macroeconomic stability and has undertaken important structural reforms to further open the economy to trade and investment, and improve the functioning of markets for goods and services. However, potential gross domestic product (GDP) growth remains much too low to reduce widespread poverty and bridge the wide gap in living standards with wealthier OECD countries. One important reason for this is that Mexico has been slower than those in many competing newly industrialising economies to realise the importance of investment in innovation as a driver of growth and competitiveness. This book assesses the current status of Mexico's innovation system and policies, and identifies where and how the government should focus its efforts to improve the country's innovation capabilities.

Overall assessment and recommendations

Évaluation générale et recommandations

Economic performance and framework conditions for innovation

Main actors of innovation

The role of government.


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