Institutions and Productive Development Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean: Methodological Approach and Preliminary Results
AbstractThis document aims to contribute to the development of a tool to analyze Productive Development Programs (PDPs). The methodology for mapping and measuring of institutional performance (MIDI, from its acronym in Spanish) constitutes an effort to quantify and measure the organizational aspects that contribute to a better balance between the costs and benefits of PDPs. The objective of the MIDI is to measure the quality of the programs and the institutions that are behind them and assess their ability to achieve their stated goals. It is in this vein that the MIDI establishes metrics to analyze how these organizational arrangements are planned, implemented, and monitored.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications with number 62478.
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Industrial Policy; Business Development; SME; Public Administration & Policy Making; Enterprise policy; institutional evaluation; industrial policy; productive development policies; public policy; government structure; scope and performance;
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