Technocrats and Mexico's Political Elite
Juan D. Lindau looks at the impact of technocratization on the ruling style of Mexico's political elite. He argues that most of the effects commonly linked to the rise to power of technocrats have not in fact occurred because of the authoritarian nature of the Mexican political system
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