Polarizing Mexico: The Impact of Liberalization Strategy
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000 - 249 páginas
The author argues that liberalization strategy in Mexico has been successful in the short-term, but in looking at issues of employment, income distribution, foreign trade and industrial specialization, it has created a polarization of economy and society resulting in unsustainable conditions.
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Liberalization Strategy in Mexico Since 1988
Macroeconomic Effects of Liberalization
The Effects of Liberalization on Manufacturing
Foreign Investment and Liberalization Strategy
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