Governance and Critical Factors to Implement Smart Specialization Strategies in Developing Countries. The Case of the State of Mexico, Mexico

José Luis Solleiro-Rebolledo, Rosario Castañón-Ibarra, Laura Elena Martínez-Salvador

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Smart specialization strategies (RIS3) have been implemented in the State of Mexico, one of the most important regions in Mexico; this framework was used to create state innovation agendas (SIA). Therefore, the main objective of this document is to analyze the experience of a project using the RIS3 methodology to build up an SIA as the basis to structuring a regional innovation system (RIS). We conclude that RIS3 in lagging countries face difficulties to be successful, especially if in the region there is a weak governance structure, an adverse institutional framework, and a lack of funding for innovation activities.

 


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regional innovation system; smart specialization; Mexico

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33776/rem.v0i57.4589

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