Local Productive Arrangement for a Cooperative Unit in Isle of Youth, Cuba
Social Sciences
Volume 8, Issue 3, June 2019, Pages: 93-100
Received: Dec. 3, 2018; Accepted: Jan. 28, 2019; Published: Jun. 19, 2019
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Leonardo Cruz Cabrera, Department of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of the Isle of Youth, Nueva Gerona, Cuba
Uliser Vecino Rondon, Department of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of the Isle of Youth, Nueva Gerona, Cuba
Salvador Guadarrama Valentín, Department of Sustainable Agriculture, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, Toluca, Mexico
Adrián Cánova Herrandiz, Department of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of the Isle of Youth, Nueva Gerona, Cuba
Waldo Pérez García, Department of Applied Sciences, Vice-rectory of Formation, Central University of Las Villas, Santa Clara, Cuba
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Abstract
The research aimed to develop a Local Productive Arrangement that contributes to the improvement of productive performance in the Basic Unit of Cooperative Production (UBPC) Captain Lawton in the Isle of Youth. The methodology used is based on 1) Conceptual delineation of Local Innovation Systems, 2) Development of meetings, called "Reflection Workshops" and 3) Design of a Productive Arrangement scheme and its partial implementation with local actors. The research design was quasi-experimental, applied during the period 2016-2017. Methods and techniques were used to capture information and statistical methods: the internal consistency test using the Cronbach alpha coefficient; the nonparametric test of the Signs and the Wilcoxon test. The set of actors that are articulated for the formation of the productive chain in the agricultural sector was identified, based on the definition of the relationship criteria. It was obtained as a result of the implementation of the Local Productive Arrangement scheme, which favored the application of innovations in the case study sector as a consequence of the articulation of the different actors involved in the settlement and improvement of performance in the agricultural sector. From the favorable evolution of the productive indicators. It is concluded that the proposal constitutes a guide for the producers and managers of the territorial government, contributing to the articulation of the programs of organizational change of the main local actors.
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Actors, Articulation, Productive Performance
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Leonardo Cruz Cabrera, Uliser Vecino Rondon, Salvador Guadarrama Valentín, Adrián Cánova Herrandiz, Waldo Pérez García, Local Productive Arrangement for a Cooperative Unit in Isle of Youth, Cuba, Social Sciences. Vol. 8, No. 3, 2019, pp. 93-100. doi: 10.11648/j.ss.20190803.14
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