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Theoretical Framework

  • Alina Gamboa
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Abstract

The previous chapter introduced the MAR—its challenges and influences; the PPP—giving an overview of its seven-year existence; and the transition to Proyecto Mesoamerica. This chapter presents the theoretical framework that supports the assumption made in the previous section: that governance structures in Mesoamerica were responsible for the failure to implement the PPP regional development project, particularly the social agenda.

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