Mexico's Democracy at Work: Political and Economic DynamicsRussell Crandall, Guadalupe Paz, and Riordan Roett, editors
|2004/232 pages/LC: 2004009270 |
Painting a sober yet hopeful picture of current Mexican politics and economics, Mexico's Democracy at Work focuses on the country's still incomplete transformation from an authoritarian system, as well as the many challenges that exist within the new, more democratic context. The authors pay particular attention to both domestic and international economic dynamics and to Mexico's relations with the U.S., with its neighbors in Latin America, and with the European Union.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Russell Crandall is associate professor of political science at Davidson College. Guadalupe Paz is assistant director of the Western Hemisphere Program at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University. Riordan Roett is Sarita and Don Johnston Professor of Political Science and director of the Western Hemisphere Program at SAIS.
- Introduction, R. Crandall.
- CONFRONTING POLITICAL CHALLENGES.
- From Electoral Authoritarianism to Democratic Consolidation—A. Schedler.
- Mexico's Changing Social and Political Landscape—F. Reyes-Heroles.
- THE CHALLENGES OF ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION.
- Mexico's Domestic Economy: Policy Options and Choices—R. Crandall.
- The Fox Administration and the Politics of Economic Transition—M. Pastor and C. Wise.
- Mexico's Economic Transformation Under NAFTA—G. Gereffi and M.A. Martinez.
- FOREIGN POLICY DYNAMICS.
- Mexico and the Western Hemisphere—R. Roett.
- Mexico's Changing Economic Ties with Europe: Business as Usual?—J. Santiso.
- Making Mexico's Democracy Work Effectively—G. Paz.