Knowledge management model proposal based on an economic output input framework

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In the current macroeconomic scenario making economic decisions in any public organization must be supported by adequate economic-intelligence. It is a priority to obtain models, techniques and tools to ensure adequate control in all its investments. In this paper we present a model of knowledge management based on the input-output framework that enables us to know the economic impact of the investments. This model is supported by an information system that will contribute to economic analysts in decision-making in the field of public investments. The model and the system have been applied in the area of Defense in order to assess the economic impact of a series of investment programs in the aeronautic sector.
Een el escenario macroeconómico actual es necesario que las decisiones públicas se sustenten en una adecuada inteligencia económica. Resulta pprioritario obtener modelos, técnicas y herramientas que garanticen el control de todas las inversiones. En este documento presentamos un modelo de gestión del conocimiento basado en las tablas input- output que nos permite conocer el impacto de las inversiones. Este modelo se apoya en un sistema de información que será útil para la toma de decisiones en el campo de la inversión pública. El modelo y el sistema se ha aplicado al área de la Defensa, para evaluar el impacto económico de un conjunto de programas de inversión en el sector aeronáutico.
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