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Articulación productiva para la innovación en las pequeñas empresas acuícolas de la región occidente de México

Productive articulation for the innovation of small aquaculture companies in the western region of Mexico
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Huerta Mata, Juan José

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Abstract The economic reality of our country has been oriented to find new ways to solve old problems pertaining to the primary sector, aquaculture developed from the very primitive cultures in Mexico has grown gradually, more like a constant effort to participate in productive activities for selfconsumption than intending to focus on small firms to form joint projects of productive articulation and development of innovation. This research article, poses Three essential aspects: 1) the conditions of rural enterprises aquaculture farms in the western region of Mexico, in the States of Colima, Jalisco, Michoacan and Nayarit, 2) modalities of productive articulation, networks or groupings of organizations around aquaculture farms 3) the characteristics of the processes on the farms and their orientation to innovation; this research analyzes the way in which businesses, the government and society, as a whole, participate through common work for the formalization of economic projects which modify, in the long run, the population's social conditions.
Keywords Mexico; farm; agriculture; agricultural development; fishery; medium-sized firm; innovation capacity
Classification Economic Sectors; Rural Sociology
Document language Spanish
Publication Year 2011
Page/Pages p. 403-422
Journal Revista El Agora USB, 11 (2011) 2
ISSN 1657-8031
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution