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Record identifier : 568123
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Williams, Mark Eric
Title and statement of responsibility : Shrinking the state in Mexico: The puzzles of successful neo-liberal reforms [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Harvard University, 2006
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Harvard University
Summary or Abstract : This study argues that policy change generates winners and losers, both inside and out of the state: some actors are advantaged while others lose benefits, privileges, power and prestige. The "costs" of reform provoke intense resistance, and actors--both pro- and con--often promote their cause by working in concert. The result is coalitional conflict centered on questions of policy content and the distribution of policy "costs.".
Topical Name Used as Subject : Between 1982-1994 Mexico abandoned a long-standing statist development model and adopted a series of sweeping neo-liberal policy reforms. These innovations--privatization, deregulation, and an economic approach to pollution control in Mexico City--were built around the common theme of state shrinkage. Their intent was to recast state-societal relations, reduce the state's scope of economic intervention, decentralize key governmental activities away from the federal level, and pursue policy objectives through a more market-like approach.
Personal name - Secondary Intellectual Responsibility : On the whole, Mexico established an impressive, yet mixed record of policy reform. In a relatively short time span the government sold or dismantled much of the public sector and deregulated numerous economic sectors; at the same time, however, most environmental reforms floundered. These differential outcomes highlight the central question of this dissertation: Why are governments sometimes able to adopt dramatic policy change successfully, but other times they cannot?
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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