El sector de electrodomésticos de Nuevo León y un análisis teórico de los factores que influyen el desarrollo de proveedores nacionales por parte de las empresas multinacionales

Autores/as

  • Oscar Elí Velarde Moreno UANL
  • Mónica Blanco Jiménez UANL
  • Sergio Armando Guerra Moya UNAL

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29105/rinn13.25-6

Resumen

Abstract: The impact of multinational subsidiaries or Foreign Direct Investment in host economies had been subject of debate for years (Hirschman, 1958). Recently the researchers and government institutions in México are being attracted to the subject because of the interest on the impact of foreign multinational subsidiaries that operate as an anchor company of a value chain, and more specifically in the local supplier development.The purpose of this investigation is to analyze the home appliance sector in México and Nuevo
León, presenting the statistical data and a theoretical framework of supplier development in order to set a model for further investigations.

Keywords: exportations, foreign direct investment, home appliance, multinationals, supplier development.


JEL: F230, F630


Resumen: El impacto de las empresas multinacionales o la inversión extranjera directa en los países huéspedes ha sido un sujeto de debate durante años (Hirschman, 1958). Recientemente, las instituciones gubernamentales se han sentido atraídas al tema debido al  interés por saber el impacto de las subsidiarias extranjeras que operan como empresa ancla en las cadenas de valor, y más específicamente desarrollando proveedores nacionales. El propósito de esta investigación será hacer un análisis del sector de electrodomésticos en nuevo Por lo que se presentará primero la evolución estadística del sector de electrodomésticos para luego hacer una revisión teórica de la literatura referente al desarrollo de proveedores con el objetivo de establecer un modelo para investigaciones futuras.

Palabras claves: desarrollo de proveedores, electrodomésticos, exportaciones, inversión extranjera directa, multinacionales.

 

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2017-12-07

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Velarde Moreno, O. E., Blanco Jiménez, M., & Guerra Moya, S. A. (2017). El sector de electrodomésticos de Nuevo León y un análisis teórico de los factores que influyen el desarrollo de proveedores nacionales por parte de las empresas multinacionales. Innovaciones De Negocios, 13(25). https://doi.org/10.29105/rinn13.25-6