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  • Effects of Violence and Economic Crisis on Hybrid Transnational Partnerships

    Lauren Duquette-Rury

    Chapter from the book: Duquette-Rury, L. 2019. Exit and Voice: The Paradox of Cross-Border Politics in Mexico.


    Chapter four presents two intermediary cases of transnational coproduction: synergy in Guanajuato and fragmentation and failure in Jalisco. The cases contrast hybrid forms of synergetic and fragmented coproduction to show how violence in the place of origin and economic crisis in the destination country affects how residents and local government respond to migrant cross-border investment in hometown communities, which shapes their participation in project governance and public life.

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    Duquette-Rury, L. 2019. Effects of Violence and Economic Crisis on Hybrid Transnational Partnerships. In: Duquette-Rury, L, Exit and Voice. California: University of California Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/luminos.84.e

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    Published on Nov. 26, 2019