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The Struggle for Mexico State Corporatism and Popular Opposition by Debra D. Chapman
  

The Struggle for Mexico State Corporatism and Popular Opposition

Synopsis

The Struggle for Mexico State Corporatism and Popular Opposition by Debra D. Chapman

This study examines the transformation of Mexico's social and political organization from state corporatism to transnationalized corporatism, a form distinguished by the effect that International Financial Institutions and the World Trade Organization have on the state's relationship to the rest of society. This work emphasizes the continued relevance of corporatist structures in an environment of electoral democratic reform --Provided by publisher.

About the Author

Debra D. Chapman is a lecturer in political science, global studies and North American studies at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. She is the author of articles on development theory and electoral movements in Mexico.

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Book Info

Publication date

28th February 2012

Author

Debra D. Chapman

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Publisher

McFarland & Co Inc

Format

Paperback
233 pages

Categories

Society & culture: general
Political structure & processes

ISBN

9780786465835

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