Arellano Ríos, A. y Arias de la Mora, R.

Paginas: 93-116
Año: 2013
Volumen: 16
Número: 36
Lugar: Espacios públicos
ISSN: 1665-8140
Abstract: This paper analyzes the Program of Development of Community Cores that was implemented by the government of Jalisco (2001-2007) from two perspectives. On the one hand, the case is examined in the light of the processes in which one finds wrapped the social Mexican politics; on another hand, from the approaches of the public policies and the intergovernmental relations. The experience is relevant on having realized of the structural problems of the public Mexican administration and of some capacities of innovation in the management of the governmental programs with territorial approach. Key words: Jalisco, social policy, marginalization, intergovernmental relations.

Red Gobernanza Metropolitana
El Colegio de Jalisco
5 de Mayo 321 C.P. 45100
Zapopan, Jalisco

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