The Process of Rule Implementation in Mexico - Presidentialism and the Rural Sector in the 1980's
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Policy implementation studies are a relatively new area of study. Within the three stages of the process of public policies, implementation has proved its main relevance for the success or failure of the policy. During this stage, the policy could be obstructed or even deviated from. In fact, it is not unusual to find a gap between the original objectives of a policy and its final outcomes. The book reviews the existing theoretical literature on implementation and evaluates to what extent the theoretical frameworks -from `top-down , `bottom-up or `hybrid perspectives- are useful for explaining the implementation process within the Mexican rural sector in the 1980 s. This has been a unique exercise at attempting to apply the frameworks to a case study. By doing so, the book also analyses to what extent the alleged overpowerful Mexican presidency, was able to enforce the implementation of its reforming policies. The analysis sheds new light on understanding the complexity of policy implementation and should be highly useful to scholars and students dealing with public policies, and also to those researching into Mexican politics.
Revuelta Vaquero, Benjamin
Master in Public Policies at ITAM, PhD. in Government and Politics at Essex University, UK. Current Researcher at Postgraduates Division of Law and Social Sciences Faculty of UMSNH, Mexico. Member of the National Researchers System (SNI).
VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.012 m; 0.345 kg