Journal of Competitiveness Studies

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 3-4, Fall-Winter

Competitive Strategies in Jalisco's Textile Industry in the Face of Trade Liberalization in China
INTRODUCTION The textile industry is one of the main economic activities worldwide. In terms of trading, it represents 4% of worldwide exports. In Mexico, it represented the fourth most important manufacturing activity during 2011, was one of the...
Female Entrepreneurs' Motives and SME's Growth: An International Study
INTRODUCTION The number of female-owned businesses has grown constantly over the past decades. For example, the number of self-employed females in Canada increased from 513,300 to 953,000 between 1987 and 2011 (an 85.7% increase), while the number...
Methodology of the Fifth Systemic Helix for the Development of Public Sector Policies
INTRODUCTION (1) In the last thirty years Baja California, Mexico, has turned into one of the most dynamic regions of Mexico's Northern Border (World Bank, 2009) for the manufacturing of electronic products; this dynamism is based on the fact that...
Relational Capital as a Determinant Factor of External Knowledge Absorptive Capacity for Innovation: An Empirical Study in Mexican Pharmaceutical Industry
INTRODUCTION A feature of today's industry is its dynamism, characterized by innovative and state of the art products. Fact that makes it imperative that each one of the members of the organizations develop internal knowledge and get external knowledge...
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