A Compser's Musical Development in Exile
Designed to build Central American infrastructures, Mexico's Plan Puebla-Panama (PPP) was launched in 2001 but collapsed hopelessly by 2003. A content analysis finds the Washington consensus severely at odds with indigenous cultures, while invoking the broader globalization-localization debate. The book also examines the fate many modern chief executives facing under similar circumstances.
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"... demonstrates the growing constraints and contradictions of desires to take advantage of the opportunities globalization affords developing nations positively in the economy... this book is important to those interested in Mexican foreign policy and the future of Central America..." - Professor Anil Hira, Simon Fraser University"