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2017 | 498 | 68-82
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Innovation policies in the selected Latin America countries in the globalisation era

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The aim of the article is to discuss the innovation policies implemented in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico, which promote innovativeness of enterprises. It is claimed that the innovation policies in those countries should increasingly contribute to the so-called inclusive growth, which may be achieved by supporting the innovativeness of enterprises, SMEs in particular, as well as through the greater mobilisation of these entities to become actively involved in the promotion of innovation.Its promotion is considered to be the key course of action to boost the economic growth in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. The innovation policy should account for the aspect of inclusiveness and should be strongly focused on the structural modifications of national innovation systems in the discussed countries, with priority support for enterprises, including both small and medium ones as well as their capabilities to create innovations and absorb them.
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