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1st Edition

Regional And Sectoral Development In Mexico As Alternatives To Migration

ISBN 9780367300890
Published May 31, 2021 by Routledge
393 Pages

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Book Description

This volume examines a number of regional and sectoral developments in Mexico and assesses how they are related to undocumented migration to the United States, representing efforts to identify productive alternatives to the problem of migration.

Table of Contents

Series Preface -- Introduction -- The Economic and Social Development of High Emigration Areas in the State of Zacatecas: Antecedents and Policy Alternatives -- Patterns of Migration and Regional Development in the State of Jalisco, Mexico -- Labor Migration to the United States: Development Outcomes and Alternatives in Mexican Sending Communities -- Mexian Provision of Health and Human Services to American Citizens: Barriers and Opportunities -- The Maquiladora Industry in Mexico: Its Transitional Role -- Maquiladoras and Local Linkages: Building Transaction Networks in Guadalajara -- The Development of Mexico's Living Marine Resources -- Mexican Foreign Trade of Agricultural and Livestock Products: Tendencies and Impacts of Alternative Policies -- Mexican Agriculture: The Potential for Export Production and Employment Generation in Rural Areas -- Tourism and Absorption of the Labor Force in Mexico -- Nature-Oriented Tourism in the State of Guerrero, Mexico: Issues and Recommended Policies for Local Economic Development -- Mexican Perceptions on Rural Development and Migration of Workers to the United States and Actions Taken, 1970-1988

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