The software industry in Uruguay in the crossroad: A critical context for their consolidation like a model of alternative development?
Tortt, Martin Zamalvide
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The study’s objective is the analysis of Uruguay’s national information and communication technologies innovation system. It involves as a first objective the characterization of each subsystem that composes it (academic subsystem, productive subsystem and government institution subsystems) on its complexity in relation to the learning and more complex knowledge generation capacity. A second specific objective is the identification and quantification of integration levels of the different subsystems themselves and between each other through the network analysis through the application of the graph theory, which implies a mapping of itself generating different network statistics. As a last specific objective the analysis shall be evaluated (quantified and characterized) the sector’s participation in the global value chains that structure the information and communication technology world market.