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Exchanges that foster knowledge and development. The case of the Tecnológico de Monterrey This chapter describes the growing bilateral exchange between Mexico and the United States. Both economies have taken important steps to integrate regionally with agreements that include, but are not limited to, services and human resources. Some universities have taken advantage of such agreements and have established academic exchanges that promote research and development (R&D), benefiting researchers, students and universities in the region. In particular, the study analyzes how the Tecnológico de Monterrey has been establishing academic relations with universities in the United States. To understand some of the dynamics of these exchanges, this study uses a qualitative methodology, interviewing three people in charge of promoting connections in the states of Texas, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. The results show the motivations, benefits, and limitations from such exchanges. It also suggests possible policies to improve cooperation and academic collaboration between institutions in both countries.
Contextos Educativos, Ciudadanía, Equidad y Formación Docente,
Angeles Domínguez Cuenca, Juan Sánchez García, Maria Teresa Guerra Ramos, and Jose Baltazar García Horta
Gregorutti, Gustavo and Domínguez, Ángeles, "Intercambios promotores de conocimiento y desarrollo. El caso del Tecnológico de Monterrey" (2019). Faculty Publications. 1480.
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