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Análisis de redes empresariales y puertas giratorias en México: Cartografía de una clase dominante público-privada

Abstract : This research maps the business and political elite networks in Mexico to understand the social organization and influence capacity of Mexican elites, and to open up avenues of research on power elites in Mexico. First, a study of the internal cohesion of the business elites is carried out through an analysis of networks of interlocking directorates and ownership ties. Secondly, we examine several cases of revolving doors through a prosopographic analysis of biographies and trajectories. The results reveal that the Mexican business elites are cohesive and that a group of individuals fluctuate between the public and private sectors. In addition, the combination of both analyses shows that corporations or business groups with access to the State via revolving doors are well-connected firms in the network of interlocking directorates. Findings suggest the emergence of a public- private ruling class in Mexico.
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Jaime Aragón Falomir, Julián Cárdenas. Análisis de redes empresariales y puertas giratorias en México: Cartografía de una clase dominante público-privada. Temas y Debates, Universidad Nacional de Rosario (Argentine), 2020, pp.81-103. ⟨10.35305/tyd.v0i39.458⟩. ⟨hal-02903289⟩

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