Government-Business Relations and Regional Development in Post-Reform Mexico
Explains how divergent sub-national developmental institutions can arise out of national political and economic reforms.
Illuminates the conditions under which multinational enterprises become active proponents of developmental policies at the local level.
Provides a novel explanation for the uneven results of democratization and economic reform across Mexico’s states.
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Part of the Latin American Political Economy book series (LAPE)