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Revista Latinoamericana de Desarrollo Económico

versión On-line ISSN 2074-4706

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VALENCIA LOPEZ, Oscar; SOTO HERNANDEZ, Diego  y  CRUZ MELENDEZ, Christian. Centers of Technological Development in Mexico: Theory, Contexts, Innovation and Implications. rlde [online]. 2019, n.31, pp. 161-180. ISSN 2074-4706.

With México' s "Law on Science and Technology, 2002", the government agency CONACYT became responsible for the procedures used to generate advancing specialized knowledge. To fulfill this responsibility, CONACYT manages, throughout México, 27 public research centers which contribute specialized research and technological development. Technological Development Centers (CDT) are closely related to business concepts such as research, innovation, competitiveness and technology transfer. The origin of these concepts were theories on developing and promoting modern technology-based industries and global economic growth. In order to establish a Technological Development Center (CDT) in Mexico, we believe that the current procedures of CONACYT must be updated. In this report, our proposals encourage more private financial investments while promoting innovative, competitiveness strategies.

Palabras clave : Development; research; Conacyt; competitiveness; technology transfer.

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