Fomento y desarrollo regional. Implementación de las Agencias Regionales de Desarrollo Productivo. El caso de la región del Maule, Chile

Alul González, Enrique Yamil
November 2010
Contabilidad y Negocios;nov2010, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p86
Academic Journal
The Regional Productive Development Agencies implemented in Chile in 2006, were developed as a way to answer the longing desire to territorially decentralize, and that the own Regions be whom define their future. The Agencies have the responsibility to develop innovation and productive development Agendas in participative processes, which means with public, academic and private actors. Also, the Agencies have the mission to implement Competitive Improvement Plans-PMC (clusters) in prioritized economic sectors by the own region. These PMC are leaded by private actors in each sector.


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