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The purpose of this work is to explain the way in which the different
types of codified knowledge (Patents, Utility Models and Industrial
Designs) have an impact on economic performance (GDP Per Capita
and Investment) but taking into account input variables (scientificeducational
variables). For this, a context of a developing country, such
as Mexico, is taken into account, where there are various trade treaties
that require harmonization of their industrial protection laws, with
respect to TRIPS. A multivariate analysis technique is applied, called
canonical correlations, where a double causality is established, from
codified knowledge to economic performance and vice versa, where it is
found that there is a negative relationship between codified knowledge
and economic performance.
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