OECD Reviews of Regional Innovation: 15 Mexican States 2009
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OECD Reviews of Regional Innovation: 15 Mexican States 2009

Despite macro-economic stability in recent years, Mexico still suffers from stagnant productivity growth. Mexico’s long-term competitiveness in a global context will require greater public and private action to spur innovation and economic growth in regions throughout the country. This report reviews how both national and state policies in Mexico can better support regional innovation systems and includes profiles of 15 states.
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Multi-level Governance to Promote Regional Competiviness and Innovation systems You do not have access to this content

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All levels of government can influence the competitiveness of a region. While the competitiveness of a place is due to a number of factors, the focus for this review is on what can support productivity improvements for firms via clustering and regional innovation systems. While Chapters 2 and 3 reviewed the policies at national and state levels that may reinforce these phenomena, this chapter focuses on the governance arrangements that could support such policy goals.
 
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