Productive articulation in aquaculture enterprises in Colima and Jalisco. Current conditions and prospects for partnership, innovation, and development
Juan José Huerta Mata, Ruth María Zubillaga Alva, Adriana Cordero Martín
The Aquaculture sector in México has had in last decades a sustained growth, as a respond to the over-exploitation of marine species and devastation of the environment; for this reason cultivation system and the use of technological advances have been diversified to reduce their effects, the intervention of international institutions, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and Nationals, Commission National of Pesca (CNP), ensure monitoring to determine the degree of progress in meeting the objectives in the field. For the above is very important set the level of development in Aquaculture, which through this investigation addresses the Productive Articulation around the Production Centers, in two estates of West Center Zone in México, Colima y Jalisco, whose objective is to define the organization and characteristics of the grouping between the different social and economic actors, enterprises of various sizes, suppliers, aquaculture centers, universities, investigation groups, government agencies and producer associations. The conclusions show the characteristics of the productive chains in afore mentioned federal entities, as well as their orientation for the development of innovation and internationalization of natural products, proposing alternative solutions to improve the operation and integration of the sector.
Juan José Huerta Mata, Ruth María Zubillaga Alva, Adriana Cordero Martín. Productive articulation in aquaculture enterprises in Colima and Jalisco. Current conditions and prospects for partnership, innovation, and development. International Journal of Educational Research and Development, Volume 4, Issue 2, 2022, Pages 25-36