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Surgimiento de actividades de exportación exitosas en México: tres casos específicos

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  • Edgar Aragon
  • Anne Fouquet
  • Marcia Campos
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    En este trabajo se presenta un análisis de tres casos específicos de surgimiento de otras tantas actividades de exportación exitosas en México: producción de aguacate, fabricación de catéteres y centros de llamadas telefónicas como servicio contratado externamente. En cada uno de esos casos específicos se analiza la manera en que empresas, asociaciones y gobiernos a varios niveles han manejado crisis de mercado y facilitado el suministro de los bienes públicos necesarios para cada actividad. El análisis de estos casos específicos presenta además una descripción de las características de los actores principales en cada ramo de actividad, así como las externalidades positivas que brindan a los emuladores, especialmente la difusión de conocimientos sobre exportación. También se presenta en cada área un caso opuesto de actividad menos exitosa (producción de mango, banco de células madres y la contratación externa de otros tipos de procesos empresariales, respectivamente) así como una sección sobre implicaciones de políticas.

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    Paper provided by Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department in its series Research Department Publications with number 3269.

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    Date of creation: Feb 2009
    Handle: RePEc:idb:wpaper:3269
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    1. Karsten Bjerring Olsen, 2006. "Productivity Impacts of Offshoring and Outsourcing: A Review," OECD Science, Technology and Industry Working Papers 2006/1, OECD Publishing.
    2. Bardhan, Ashok Deo & Kroll, Cynthia, 2003. "The New Wave of Outsourcing," Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics, Research Reports qt02f8z392, Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics, UC Berkeley.
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