VOL. 5, NO. 4, PGS. 39–49


The Development of Science, Technology and Innovation in Mexico
Recent History and Challenges
Rodolfo García Galván

Rodolfo García Galván is a CONACYT Chair Researcher attached to the Institute for Educational Research and Development of the Autonomous University of Baja California. He is the author of Teoría económica institucional de la empresa and de la cooperación.

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In Latin America —particularly in Mexico— in the public policies on science, technology and innovation (STI) there is a discourse and design based on a penta-helix (universities, business, government, social organizations and the environment) as if each helix had undergone a great transformation that allows the promotion of STI. This, [...]

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The article is interesting, it is a reality that is reflected in many Latin American countries and that the lack of attention to science, technology and innovation has become a drag that impacts on the conditions of extreme poverty and environmental degradation, which currently face the populations in Latin America.

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