A Science and Technology Policy Model to Support Regional Innovation Systems

  • José Carlos Rodríguez Chávez Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas y Empresariales
  • José César Lenin Navarro Chávez Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas y Empresariales

Resumen

Los modelos que se desarrollan desde la perspectiva de la dinámica de sistemas se han convertido en un enfoque importante para desarrollar nuevas teorías en las ciencias sociales. Cuando se evalúa la política de ciencia y tecnología, este enfoque permite analizar esta política dentro de la estructura donde se genera la ciencia y la tecnología. El modelo que se discute en esta investigación busca demostrar cómo se pueden generar un conjunto de indicadores de ciencia y tecnología a fin de desarrollar actividades innovadoras a un nivel regional. El análisis de la política de ciencia y tecnología desde la perspectiva de los sistemas de innovación provee marco conceptual adecuado para integrar en el mismo análisis instituciones claves encargadas de generar resultados en relación a la ciencia y la tecnología con propósitos de alcanzar mayores niveles de desarrollo económico.

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Publicado
2013-12-11