The Political Economy of Information in Participatory Rural Development

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Alejandro Natal Martínez

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El presente artículo es un estudio sobre los costos de información que enfrentan comunidades rurales. De scribe la economía política de la información y su impacto en la toma de decisiones colectivas para la provisión de bienes colectivos. Discute también los arreglos institucionales que dichas comunidades han desarrollado para enfrentar estos cotos.

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NATAL MARTÍNEZ, Alejandro. The Political Economy of Information in Participatory Rural Development. Convergencia Revista de Ciencias Sociales, [S.l.], n. 18, ene. 1999. ISSN 2448-5799. Disponible en: <https://convergencia.uaemex.mx/article/view/1916>. Fecha de acceso: 06 abr. 2020
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