The aim of this paper is to understand how access to dynamic markets occurs in three rural territories inhabited by people with low levels of economic resources and how benefits derived from that access are distributed.
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What is the process for institutional change when extraterritorial actors are already installed, have transformed economic dynamics, and have introduced new power relationships in the territory?Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 00:00
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Conceptualizing spatial diversity in Latin American rural development : structures, institutions, and coalitions
That territories in the same country show diverse responses to the same or similar policyPublished dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 00:00