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Entendiendo la diversificación productiva, un análisis de los factores asociados al vínculo entre productos

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  • Mauro, Lucía Mercedes
  • Marín, Anabel

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Para las economías menos desarrolladas, cuya estructura productiva se concentra en pocos productos, los cuales además son generalmente de bajo valor agregado, es importante promover movimientos hacia actividades lejanas a las existentes. Son esos "saltos largos" (diversificación no relacionada), los que permiten a estos países modificar su estructura productiva y conducen al desarrollo (Hidalgo et al., 2007). Por lo tanto, el objetivo principal de este trabajo es aportar al estudio de la diversificación en el contexto de países en desarrollo, a partir de analizar los factores asociados al vínculo entre los productos que ofrecen las empresas. Para alcanzar esta meta general, nos proponemos los siguientes objetivos particulares: (i) elaborar un indicador de cercanía de productos basado en el enfoque de co-ocurrencia; (ii) identificar factores asociados al vínculo entre productos; (iii) explorar diferencias en dichos factores para productos lejanos, cercanos y muy cercanos; y (iv) explorar cualitativamente los factores y las diferencias encontradas desde una perspectiva sectorial.

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  • Mauro, Lucía Mercedes & Marín, Anabel, 2016. "Entendiendo la diversificación productiva, un análisis de los factores asociados al vínculo entre productos," Nülan. Deposited Documents 2566, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, Centro de Documentación.
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    Diversificación de la Producción; Empresas Industriales;

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