Modelo de articulación productiva como sistema regional de innovación.

Productive articulation model as a regional innovation system

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Denisse Ballardo-Cárdenas
Pedro L. López-de Alba
Ernesto León-Castro
Ramón Martínez-Huerta

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Este documento presenta un modelo de articulación productivo que sirve de base para desarrollar y mejorar los sistemas regionales de innovación. El objetivo principal es generar un proceso de vinculación entre el sector industrial, la academia y el gobierno dentro del cual se puedan resolver problemas regionales específicos mediante la intervención efectiva de cada uno de los actores. Además del proceso, se presenta una historia de éxito del Estado de Guanajuato, México, que sirve para visualizar como un proceso claro y definido de articulación que permite una transferencia de conocimiento entre los actores.


Palabras clave: Modelo de articulación de productividad; sistema regional de innovación; triple hélice.


Códigos JEL: L38, O18


Recibido: 30/06/2020. Aceptado: 05/11/2020.  Publicado: 01/12/2020

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