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OECD Studies on SMEs and Entrepreneurship
Mexico: Key Issues and Policies
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  31 mai 2013
Pages: 192 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264186927 , Code OCDE: 852013011P1
Prix:   €55 | $77 | £49 | ¥7100 | MXN990 , Frais de livraison inclus
Disponibilité: Disponible
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Autres langues:  Espagnol (Disponible)
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During the past decade, the Mexican government has put into place a strong policy framework for the promotion of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurship.   It has created a sequence of policy support running from the development of new entrepreneurs, micro-enterprises, SMEs and gazelles  to the stimulation of linkages between SMEs and so-called 'tractor' firms.  New co-ordination arrangements have also been created across government ministries and among national and state governments to increase the coherence and integration of their  programmes.  This publication takes stock of this progress and assesses the opportunities for further strengthening of the Mexican economy through SMEs and entrepreneurship.  It shows that the framework conditions are generally good in Mexico, and have improved in recent years thanks to reforms such as regulatory simplification, the expansion of the national loan guarantee programme, and the inclusion of the micro-enterprise sector as a target of the public support system.  At the same time, more can be done to shift entrepreneurs into the formal business sector and to develop more medium-sized companies able to innovate and trade internationally. There is also scope to improve the process of delivering the highest quality and most relevant policy support to beneficiary enterprises by simplifying the rules and operations of the SME Fund, developing the professional capacities of the staff and consultants who provide business development services and using available company-level data for the purposes of policy evaluation.


Tables des matières:

Acknowledgements
List of abbreviations
Basic statistics of Mexico
Executive summary
Introduction
Chapter 1. SME and entrepreneurship performance in Mexico

-1.1. The size and structure of the SME sector
-1.2. The informal economy
-1.3. Entrepreneurship
-1.4. SME performance
-1.5. Regional and local variations
-1.6. Conclusions
-References
-Annex 1.A1. Firm size classes for Figures 1.1 and 1.2
Chapter 2. Business environment and framework conditions in Mexico
-2.1. Macroeconomic conditions
-2.2. Ease of doing business
-2.3. Human resources
-2.4. Access to finance
-2.5. Tax, social security and employment protection
-2.6. Product market conditions
-2.7. Business law and regulation
-2.8. Foreign direct investment
-2.9. The innovation system
-2.10. Transparency and the rule of law
-2.11. Conclusions
-References
-Annex 2.A1. Technical details on taxation on corporate income figures
Chapter 3. Strategic policy framework and delivery arrangements for SME and entrepreneurship promotion in Mexico
-3.1. The strategic framework
-3.2. The delivery system
-3.3. The SME Fund portfolio and mix
-3.4. Conclusions
-References
Chapter 4. Federal SME and entrepreneurship programmes in Mexico
-4.1. Finance
-4.2. Training, consulting and management support
-4.3. Marketing and export support
-4.4. Innovation and technological development support
-4.5. Promoting an entrepreneurial culture
-4.6. Government procurement and SMEs
-4.7. Women’s entrepreneurship
-4.8. Conclusions
-References
-Annex 4.A1. Summary information on the major federal SME and entrepreneurship programmes
Chapter 5. The local dimension to SME and entrepreneurship policy in Mexico
-5.1. Introduction
-5.2. Policy tailoring
-5.3. Policy co-ordination
-5.4. Conclusions
Chapter 6. Framework for the evaluation of public SME and entrepreneurship programmes in Mexico
-6.1. The case for evaluation
-6.2. The evaluation system
-6.3. Methods for programme evaluation
-6.4. Developing systemic evaluation expertise
-6.5. Conclusions
-References
Chapter 7. Future directions for SME and entrepreneurship policy in Mexico
-7.1. Embedding the SME and entrepreneurship policy framework
-7.2. Strengthening micro-enterprises
-7.3. Stimulating innovative SMEs and start-ups
-7.4. Adjusting the management of the SME Fund and the intermediary system
Annexes: International learning models
-A.1. Australia’s enterprise connect
-A.2. The National Business Incubators Association: Improving the knowledge and skills of incubator managers, United States
-A.3. Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) Programme, United States
-A.4. Women’s Enterprise Centre initiative, Canada
-A.5. Quick Deregulation Strategy, Ukraine
-A.6. Innovation Vouchers in the Netherlands
-A.7. Brazil’s Sector Funds: Stimulating links between industry and academia
-A.8. Chile’s PROFO: Creating greater horizontal collaboration

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