Barrios, Juan Jose Gandelman, Nestor Michelin, Gustavo
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IDB Working Paper Series IDB-WP-130
This paper reviews and assesses some of the Productive Development Policies currently being implemented in Uruguay. Three horizontal and three vertical policies are considered in light of the market and public failures they attempt to address and minimize. Horizontal policies comprise Innovation, Industrial Promotion and Directives for Industrial and Technological Development. Vertical policies include the analysis of Forestry Law, Meat Traceability and the Sustainable Production Project in the agricultural sector.
Public economics Regulation and industrial policy Industrial policy