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Les petites et moyennes entreprises au Mexique « capitalisme aménagé » et réseaux sociaux (small and medium enterprises in Mexico a contemporary analysis of j. m. Keynes’ approach of capitalism)

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  • Sophie BOUTILLIER

    () (labrii, ULCO)

  • Beatriz CASTILLA RAMOS

    () (Department of Economics, Grandiose University)

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Pendant les années 1960-1970, pour les pays industrialisés et en développement une économie moderne était une économie de grandes entreprises. Dans les pays en développement plus particulièrement, les grandes entreprises étaient soit des entreprises publiques, soit des multinationales. Les petites et moyennes entreprises étaient considérées comme des survivances d’un âge antérieur du capitalisme. Mais, la crise économique des années 1980-1990 a au contraire montré l’étroite dialectique entre grandes et petites entreprises. Depuis cette période, l’objectif des Etats est de créer les conditions propices au développement de l’entrepreneuriat pour innover et créer des emplois. Ce schéma d’analyse est ici illustré par l’exemple de l’économie mexicaine. During the 1960-1970s, for industrialized and developing countries, a modern economy was an economy of big entreprises. Particulary in developing countries, big entreprises were State-owned entreprises or multinational corporations. Small and medium entreprises were considered as survivors of an earlier period of capitalism. But, the economic crisis of 1980- 1990 has show an narrow dialectic relation between big and small entreprises. Since this period, the purpose of governments has been to create good conditions to develop entrepreneurship to promote innovation and to create jobs. This scheme of analysis is illustred by the example of the Mexican economy.

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  • Sophie BOUTILLIER & Beatriz CASTILLA RAMOS, 2010. "Les petites et moyennes entreprises au Mexique « capitalisme aménagé » et réseaux sociaux (small and medium enterprises in Mexico a contemporary analysis of j. m. Keynes’ approach of capitalism)," Working Papers 227, Laboratoire de Recherche sur l'Industrie et l'Innovation. ULCO / Research Unit on Industry and Innovation.
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    1. Jorge Borrego, 1994. "Le développement de l'industrie du logiciel au Mexique," Revue Tiers Monde, Programme National Persée, vol. 35(138), pages 313-341.
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    Keywords

    small and medium enterprises; Mexico; contemporary analysis; j. m. Keynes’ approach of capitalism;

    JEL classification:

    • P10 - Economic Systems - - Capitalist Systems - - - General
    • P00 - Economic Systems - - General - - - General

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