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Uso de TIC y productividad en México: un análisis subsectorial

  title={Uso de TIC y productividad en M{\'e}xico: un an{\'a}lisis subsectorial},
  author={H{\'e}ctor Eduardo D{\'i}az Rodr{\'i}guez and Miriam Sosa Castro and Alejandra Cabello},
  journal={Revista de M{\'e}todos Cuantitativos para la Econom{\'i}a y la Empresa},
espanolA partir de la adopcion masiva de TIC, la investigacion sobre el vinculo TIC/crecimiento economico se ha desarrollado de manera importante, tanto en el mundo academico como por parte de gobiernos y organismos de cooperacion y desarrollo, encontrando que existe un impacto significativo del uso de TIC sobre el crecimiento. Sin embargo, hacen caso omiso de los determinantes del uso. Ello se hace visiblemente patente en el caso de los estudios realizados para la economia mexicana. El… 


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