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El desarrollo exportador chileno: Evolución y persepctivas

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  • Joseph Ramos Quiñones

El éxito chileno de los últimos 25 años se ha basado en su crecimiento exportador. No obstante, hay signos que ese crecimiento basado en la extracción de naturales está llegando a rendimientos decrecientes. Este trabajo consulta ¿de donde vendrán los impulsos para un renovado esfuerzo exportador chileno y qué políticas pueden servir para fomentarlo? Concluye que será la aplicación de tecnología e innovación para el desarrollo de los “clusters” en torno a los recursos naturales. Sobre la base de entrevistas en profundidad a las principales agencias de desarrollo exportador e innovación, tanto públicas y privadas, examina qué falta para pasar de clusters incipientes actuales a clusters consolidados, con especial énfasis en los clusters mineros y acuícolas. Y cierra con 26 recomendaciones para impulsar un renovado esfuerzo exportador.

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Paper provided by University of Chile, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number wp289.

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Date of creation: Nov 2008
Handle: RePEc:udc:wpaper:wp289
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