A Chronological Study of Entrepreneuriship and Ownership in Mexican Governance Since 1982

José G. Vargas-Hernández, Mohammad Reza Noruzi


After the 1982 crisis, Mexico entered into a painful, distressful, and controversial period of state restructuring. Beginning in the 1982, and led by President Miguel de la Madrid (1982-88), Mexico began to withdraw the state from direct involvement in economic affairs adopting economic policies of privatization of state assets and reduction in state provisions for social security. Under the influence of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), the Mexican State initiated economic modernization and participation in the globalization processes, as a response to the trends of the economic globalization of markets, and the technological revolution that began during the last two decades of the past century. This paper aims to analyze the chronological study of  entrepreneuriship and ownership in Mexican governance since 1982

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/jpl.v3n2p239

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