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Promoción de agrupamientos empresariales como política para el desarrollo local. Caso: Programa Sistemas Productivos Locales

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El diseño y la implementación de políticas industriales por parte del Estado son condición sine qua non para conducir la economía sobre un sendero de desarrollo sostenible. En particular el avance en las cadenas de valor y en los procesos de eslabonamiento requiere de políticas activas que contemplen tanto a las economías sectoriales como al desarrollo armónico y equilibrado entre las regiones. En esta línea, las políticas productivas y más específicamente la promoción de agrupamientos empresariales constituyen una herramienta para el fortalecimiento económico local. Esta tesis presenta el estudio de la aplicación del Programa Sistemas Productivos Locales (SPL) a través de las Agencias de Desarrollo Local de todo el país, como instrumento de política industrial y de desarrollo económico implementado por la Secretaría de la Pequeña y Mediana Empresa y Desarrollo Regional. El marco teórico y objetivo de la tesis se desarrollan a partir del estudio de la literatura existente, información bibliográfica y de la investigación llevada a cabo entre los grupos promovidos por estas instituciones. Precisamente el trabajo de campo consistió en la búsqueda de información entre los coordinadores de grupos con planes de trabajo asociativo aprobados por el Programa SPL. Por último, los resultados generales de la tesis permiten contrastar la hipótesis de trabajo y realizar las correspondientes conclusiones.

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  • González Gómez, Daniel A., 2013. "Promoción de agrupamientos empresariales como política para el desarrollo local. Caso: Programa Sistemas Productivos Locales," Nülan. Deposited Documents 1927, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, Centro de Documentación.
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    Conglomerados Productivos; Asociación de Empresas; Desarrollo Local; Sistema Productivo;

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