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Traditional Governance, Citizen Engagement and Local Public Goods: Evidence from Mexico

Alberto Diaz-Cayeros, Beatriz Magaloni, Alex Euler

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"Traditional Governance, Citizen Engagement and Local Public Goods: Evidence from Mexico" is featured in a special issue of World Development that examines how decentralization affects governance, in particular how it might increase political competition, improve public accountability, reduce political instability, and impose incentive-compatible limits on government power, but also threaten fiscal sustainability.

About the Authors

Alberto Diaz-Cayeros
Professor
Center for US-Mexico Studies, UCSD

Beatriz Magaloni
Associate Professor
Political Science
Stanford University

Publication Information

Type Network Papers
Program Decentralization
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Posted 07/31/13