Information Technology Transfer and Diffusion to Mexico: A Preliminary Analysis

Information Technology Transfer and Diffusion to Mexico: A Preliminary Analysis

Mo Adam Mahmood (University of Texas, El Paso, USA), Leopoldo A. Gemoets (University of Texas, El Paso, USA) and Martin D. Gosler (Organizational Research and Technology Services, USA)
Copyright: © 1995 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/jgim.1995100101
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Abstract

The Republic of Mexico should be targeted for Information Technology Transfer and Diffusion (ITTD) for a number of reasons. Its educational tradition, political and legal environment, and national economy are just a few of the contextual factors which become pivotal in making the decision to take part in ITTD to Mexico. The few barriers that may hamper this endeavor are more concerned with the corporate culture and the sociocultural elements. Mexico is increasingly willing to provide protection for technology transfer from outside its borders. Multinational corporations, such as IBM, who are willing to invest will be at the forefront of ITTD. Understanding of all these factors will permit companies to make this move with less risk.

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