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Redes De Colaboraciã“N, Estrategia Empresarial En La Inserciã“N A Cadenas De Valor

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  • Arras Vota, Ana Maria
  • Fierro Murga, Luz Ernestina
  • Jaquez Balderrama, Jose Luis
  • Lopez Diaz, Julio Cesar

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This piece of work presents three cases: Caprica, Productores de Chihuahua and Los Porcicultores, all of which have united their efforts and created enterprises as a strategy through which the participants –small producers- generate networks to associate. This allows them the opportunity to insert in value chains and acquire better conditions for their goods, and at the same time they can give them an added value, and by doing this, they find themselves in a different state of integration and insertion in the value chain, which gives them the opportunity to face the challenges of actual life. This paper visualizes the enterprise from the systemic perspective, and as a collectivity of capabilities. Also, it presents the concept of network - individual or groups interconnected with a certain intention- and of social capital. This approach allows considering social relations as a good through which one has the form to accede to quality resources.

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  • Arras Vota, Ana Maria & Fierro Murga, Luz Ernestina & Jaquez Balderrama, Jose Luis & Lopez Diaz, Julio Cesar, 2010. "Redes De Colaboraciã“N, Estrategia Empresarial En La Inserciã“N A Cadenas De Valor," Revista Mexicana de Agronegocios, Sociedad Mexicana de Administracion Agropecuaria, vol. 26.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:remeag:56550
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