Mexico Under Zedillo
Susan Kaufman Purcell, Luis Rubio-Freidberg
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1998 - Political Science - 151 pages
Following a year of political and social upheaval, Ernesto Zedillo Ponce was inaugurated as Mexico's president in December 1994. Soon after, the collapse of the peso forced a reorientation of the country's policies and priorities. This text examines the move toward democracy during that time.
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Adam Przeworski agenda authoritarian benefits Chiapas CIDAC Congress country's created Cuauhtemoc Cardenas decile democracy democratic Desarrollo devaluation domestic drug economic crisis economic development economic growth economic reforms elections electoral Ernesto Zedillo exchange rate exports extreme poverty EZLN foreign free trade agreement Fund groups housing implementation important IMSS Income Distribution income inequality increase Institutional Revolutionary Party institutions investment issues Jose Lopez Portillo labor Lopez Portillo Luis Donaldo Colosio Luis Rubio macroeconomic Madrid ment Mexican economy Mexican government Mexican politics Mexico City Mexico's economic NAFTA National National Action Party nomic opposition parties peso political parties political system poverty alleviation poverty and income presidential PRI's PRONASOL regional result rule of law rural Salinas Salinas's social policy social security stabilization strategy structure tion transformation U.S.-Mexican unions United urban Washington welfare system Zapatista Zedillo administration