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CARIBEquity - una facilidad de e financiamiento combinado para consolidar un ecosistema de inversión en el Caribe para la innovación inclusiva del sector privado
Consolidar un ecosistema de inversión en el Caribe para la innovación inclusiva del sector privado, que permita a las pequeñas y medianas empresas (PYME) en etapa inicial y orientadas al crecimiento innovar, prosperar y crear empleos

Detalle del Proyecto

País

Regional

Número de Proyecto

RG-O1703

Fecha de aprobación

Agosto 26, 2022

Etapa del Proyecto

Implementación

Tipo de Proyecto

Contenedor

Sector

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Subsector

-

Instrumento de préstamo

-

Código del instrumento de préstamo

-

Modalidad

Programa MIF (MIFP)

Tipo de establecimiento

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Categoría de Impacto Ambiental y Social

-

Costo Total

USD 1,925,715.00

Financiamiento de Contrapartida del País

USD 0.00

Cantidad

USD 1,925,715.00

Información Financiera

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https://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=EZSHARE-1395265233-1
Memorando a los donates.pdf
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https://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=EZSHARE-1395265233-7
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Blogs
Published 2023
How High Interest Rates Smother Innovation and Development
After the 2008 financial crisis, the tech sector in the United States boomed as efficient capital markets and low interest rates allowed new firms to exploit innovation. Yet in much of Latin America, the brilliant young innovator with a billion-dollar idea might find it hard or even impossible to raise the capital needed to turn
Blogs
Published 2023
Cómo aliviar la crisis de crédito para las pequeñas y medianas empresas
Las pequeñas y medianas empresas (pymes) constituyen la inmensa mayoría de las empresas formales, y contribuyen con cerca del 50% del empleo formal en el país promedio en América Latina y el Caribe, e incluso con cerca del 80% en algunos casos. Sin embargo, a pesar de su enorme importancia para la economía de la
Blogs
Published 2023
Easing the Credit Crunch on Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) comprise the overwhelming majority of formal businesses and create around half of formal employment for the average country in Latin America and the Caribbean, with that percentage rising to 80% in some cases. Yet, despite their immense importance to the economy of the region, these firms consistently struggle to get
Blogs
Published 2023
Chat GPT y el futuro de las pyme en América Latina y el Caribe
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Publications
Published 2021
The Effectiveness of Innovation Policy and the Moderating Role of Market Competition: Evidence from Latin American Firms
This paper evaluates whether market competition matters for the effectiveness of innovation policies. Using data for manufacturing firms in Chile and Peru, we implement propensity matching techniques combined with differences-in-differences estimation to evaluate the impact of innovation subsidies on the post-treatment innovation investment effort of firms and test whether such impact differs according to the intensity of competition. We corroborate the existence of crowding-in effects in beneficiaries when compared to a control group of untreated firms. The subsidy impact is found either only significant in highly competitive sectors or larger in more competition-intensive industries -compared to low competition ones. Thus, we confirm that market competition plays a moderating role in the effectiveness of innovation policies to stimulate firm innovation investment. The results are robust to different matching and estimation methods and suggest, therefore, the importance of considering market contexts in the design of innovation policies.
Blogs
Published 2022
The Private Sector as an Agent of Change: Lessons from our Historic Coalition
One year ago, we launched the Private Sector Partners Coalition for the Future of Latin America and the Caribbean, a historic alliance of leading private companies. The Coalition represented the Bank’s ambitious approach to tackle an expansive new work model for partnering with the international private sector to advance development goals. It demonstrated our conviction
Blogs
Published 2023
Claves para impulsar la transformación digital de las MIPYME a través del enfoque experimental
¿Cómo se puede fomentar la adopción tecnológica y la transformación digital entre las MIPYME de manera efectiva?
Blogs
Published 2022
A more robust financial sector would strengthen firms in Barbados
Are you a business owner who would like to expand operations but find it difficult to get a loan from a bank? Are you an entrepreneur with an innovative idea that has market value but finding someone to invest in your project seems an impossible task? If that is the case, you are not alone!
Blogs
Published 2022
O inconformismo dos jovens como mola propulsora de soluções para o crescimento do país
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Blogs
Published 2022
Avoiding Economic Long-COVID: Policies to Support Firms and Workers in Latin America and the Caribbean
During the peak of the COVID-19 crisis, governments in Latin America and the Caribbean aided firms and households with support packages coordinated with central bank monetary policy. For many, liquidity injections and flexible financial sector supervision helped ease the pain. While many small firms closed their doors during the crisis, surprisingly few larger firms
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