Mexico’s national innovation system. A comparative analysis with Spain and the United States


This paper presents an analysis of the national innovation systems of Mexico, Spain and the United States, using the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s methodology on this subject, in order to study the differences and similarities of the three countries and to identify their strengths and weaknesses. The purpose is to recognize the different maturation levels of the national innovation systems of countries with different levels of economic development, that can be used as experience for the Mexican case to correct or promote current public innovation policies and clarify their path in this area. An articulated, balanced national innovation system, with firms which possess a high technological absorption capacity, can promote the economic and social growth of a country.
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