Bienes primarios, proceso de descomoditización y renta de innovación
Keywords:decommodification; primary goods; innovation; innovation rent; structural change.
In recent decades, as a result of change in consumption patterns and search for new spaces for the creation and appropriation of innovation rents, there has been a shift in the economic nature of primary goods: a tendency to decommodification. This work presents an analytical scheme aimed at understanding the internal dynamics of this process. Its fundamental dimensions are the critical asset, the attribute of differentiation and the appropriation of rent. This analytical basis allows, on the one hand, to develop a classification of the different ways of decommodification of primary goods and, on the other, to differentiate between (de) primarization and (de) commodification of production processes, a distinction that broadens the horizon of possibilities to think about the dynamics of structural change in the countries of our region.
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