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by Gerardo Otero
Gerardo Otero is associate professor of Latin American studies and sociology at Simon Fraser University. Библиографические данные. Neoliberalism Revisited: Economic Restructuring And Mexico's Political Future.
Gerardo Otero is associate professor of Latin American studies and sociology at Simon Fraser University. Издание: иллюстрированное.
Gerardo Otero (e., Neo-liberalism Revisited: Economic Restructuring and Mexico's Political Future (Boulder, C. Westview Press, 1996), pp. ix + 278, £1. 0 pb. DAVID BARKIN.
Neoliberalism Revisited: Economic Restructuring and Mexico's Political Future. Westview Press, 1996.
Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9780813324418, 0813324416.
Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780429973048, 0429973047. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780813324418, 0813324416. Publisher: Routledge. Rural Women: Agriculture and the Environment in Vietnam. Although Mexico is the second national market in Latin America, with one of the highest rates of economic growth since 1995, insurance penetration is below the average for the region, standing in 2010 at . per cent of the country's GDP. The low penetration of insurance is explained by both the nature of Mexico as a nation and market and the specific development of the insurance industry in the.
Economic Development Books. This book examines the challenges brought about by the liberalizing of the Mexican economy. Neoliberalism Revisited : Economic Restructuring and Mexico's Political Future.
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in the mid-1980s, Mexico has become one of the world's leading proponents of economic liberalization
The contributors identify the key social and political actors-both domestic and ed in promoting or resisting the new economic model and examine the role of the state in the restructuring process. They explore such questions as: In what ways is the state itself being reconstituted to accommodate the demand for change? How have Canada and the United States responded to the increased of their economies?
It forms part of the author’s doctoral thesis ‘Social Forces in the Making of Mexico: Hegemony and Neoliberalism in the International Political Economy’. Acknowledgements and gratitude are extended to the following who have all read drafts of the paper: Andreas Bieler, Steve Hobden, Roger Tooze,’ and Pinar Bilgin. Neil Harvey, ‘Rural Reforms and the Zapatista Rebellion: Chiapas 1988–95’, in Gerardo Otero (e., Neo-liberalism Revisited: Economic Restructuring and Mexico’s Political Future (Lynne Rienner, 1996), p. 21. oogle Scholar.