Public-private partnerships for internationalization of services

the case of Chilean architecture industry

  • Camila García Pérez Analista, Departamento de Planificación Estratégica, Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de Chile. Cientista Política, Universidad Diego Portales, y Magíster en Estudios Internacionales, Universidad de Chile
  • Dorotea López Giral Profesora Asociada, Instituto de Estudios Internacionales Universidad de Chile. Títular Cátedra OMC. Licenciada en Economía, ITAM, México. M. Phill in Economics, Universidad de Cambridge, Reino Unido. Doctora en Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Chile
  • Felipe Muñoz Navia Profesor Asistente, Instituto de Estudios Internacionales Universidad de Chile. Licenciado en Economía y Magíster en Estudios Internacionales, Universidad de Chile

Resumen

In the last decade, Chile has prioritized export promotion policies for the service sector as a result of global dynamism of trade in services and the need for diversification of the Chilean economy towards higher value-added industries. This study evaluates the results and identifies the factors that explain the performance of the public-private partnership implemented in Chile to promote architectural services. The analysis suggests a poor performance, mainly as a result of the inertia on the preservation of strategies developed for goods to intangibles as services, affecting the design and implementation of the programs; also, the private sector presents, among others, collective action and associativity issues that limit the capability to develop market research and business models.
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García Pérez, C., López Giral, D., & Muñoz Navia, F. (2017). Public-private partnerships for internationalization of services. Estudios Internacionales, 49(188), pp. 37-62. doi:10.5354/0719-3769.2017.47919
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2017-12-19