Encadenamientos productivos y jerarquías de sectores de base tecnológica en México

  • Moisés Alejandro Alarcón Osuna Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa
Palabras clave: Technology based sectors, hierarchies, production chains

Resumen

Mediante la teoría de grafos se realiza un análisis jerárquico de los sectores de base tecnológica (SBT) en México y de sus encadenamientos productivos; se utiliza la matriz nacional de Insumo-Producto 2012, publicada por el INEGI. En el análisis, se describen las jerarquizaciones por medio de sus ventas y compras, así como las interrelaciones sectoriales que generan los SBT y su posición relativa con el resto de sectores industriales, mostrando que el subsector de química y farmacéutica es clave en los encadenamientos productivos, en tanto que el resto de subsectores de base tecnológica se posicionan mayormente como impulsores o independientes.

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Publicado
2018-09-06