Yucatan in the Era of Globalization

Yucatan in the Era of Globalization

By: Edward H. Moseley (editor), Eric N. Baklanoff (editor), Kathleen Rock Martin (contributor), Cruz Cruz (contributor), Ramirez Ramirez (contributor), Helen Delpar (contributor), Edward H. Moseley (contributor), Eric N. Baklanoff (contributor), William A. Martin Gonzalez (contributor), Paula Heusinkveld (contributor)Hardback

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This title illustrates the change in Yucatan from a monocrop economy to rampant globalization.This work describes the profound changes to Yucatan's society and economy following the 1982 debt crisis that prostrated Mexico's economy. The editors have assembled contributions from seasoned ""Yucatecologists"" - historians, geographers, cultural students, and an economist - to chart the accelerated change in Yucatan from a monocrop economy to a full beneficiary and victim of rampant globalization.

About Author

Eric N. Baklanoff is Board of Visitors Research Professor of Economics Emeritus at the University of Alabama.. He is the author of Agrarian Reform and Public Enterprise in Mexico: The Political Economy of Yucatan's Henequen Industry, with Jeffery Brannon, among other works. The late Edward H. Moseley was Professor Emeritus of History and Director, Capstone International Center, University of Alabama, where he was also a former Director of Latin American Studies. He was co-editor of Yucatan, A World Apart with Edward D. Terry.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780817316037
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 288
  • ID: 9780817316037
  • ISBN10: 0817316035

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