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Mexico : Enhancing innovation capacities for sustainable development of the Mexican economy

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Enhancing innovation capacities for sustainable development of the Mexican economy

Project Category Consulting Programs
Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kim, Hak-Min et al.

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[Sejong]:Korea Development Institute

Date 2015
Project Consulting Programs
Series Title; No Knowledge Sharing Program / 2014/15
ISBN 978-89-8063-941-0 94320; 978-89-8063-827-7 (set)
Pages 284
Subject Country Mexico(Americas)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Social Development < Education
Holding KDI; KDI School
Supervisor Ministry of Strategy and Finance (MOSF), Republic of Korea
Organizer Korea Development Institute
Sponsor Ministry of Strategy and Finance (MOSF), Republic of Korea
Type Report
Project Term 2014-01-01 ~ 2015-12-31

Abstract

The 2014/15 Knowledge Sharing Program with Mexico was the first for Mexico as a strategic development partner country (SDPC) of the KSP. This program began with the Pre-KSP Demand Dialogue in April 2014 and ended with the Final Reporting Workshop and Senior Policy Dialogue in April 2015 under an MOU signed between Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Korea’s Ministry of Strategy and Finance. The program aimed at sharing experiences and ideas on innovation capacity for sustainable development of both countries, and resulted in a higher level of strategic development partnership and economic cooperation between Mexico and Korea. The main tasks of the 2014/15 KSP with Mexico were on enhancing the policy capacity tailored to each of four Mexican states for sustainable development by offering regional innovation incentives at the state and municipal levels, and strengthening Mexico’s Ministry of Education’s capacity to devise VET-related policy. (The rest omitted)