Public Entrepreneurship and Innovation


We generate research that provides solutions to the following questions: What can we do to have a better impact: build, rebuild and promote efficient communication and cooperation between the public servants, politicians and citizens as well as between various organization? What role can and should have the predictable technological and anthropological changes? And, how can the public enterprise generate the necessary enthusiasm and participation?

We try to solve these questions by studying entrepreneurship and public productivity, the models of participation and construction of public policy solutions and the technological impact within the public policy. To reach these goals, we study economics, law, political science, demography, sociology and technological innovation.

Research lines

• Entrepreneurship and public productivity
• Models for participation in and construction of solutions for public policy
• Technological impact and public policy

Core researchers

Alejandro Alfonso Poiré Romero
Carlos Elizondo Mayer Serra
Edgar Arturo Barroso Merino
Edmundo Molina Pérez


Doctoral student

Andrea Soledad Murgan Eguilior

Poiré, A. (2012). Mexico’s Fight for Security: Actions and Achievements, en George Philip y Susana Berruecos (eds.), Mexico’s Struggle for Public Security: Organized Crime and State Responses. Studies of the Americas. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 13-28.
Elizondo, C. (2014). ¿Una nueva Constitución en el 2013? El capítulo económico. Revista Cuestiones Constitucionales, Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas, UNAM, número 31, julio-diciembre 2014.