Transition to Neoliberalism and Decentralisation Policies in Mexico



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The primary objective of this work is to develop the (rationalist) thesis of integrity or the integral view in the realm of legal-political thought. This view consists in the elaboration of the essential-conceptual interdependency of law, the political authority (i.e. the state) and the universal moral standpoint of justice (i.e. the standpoint encapsulated by the idea of human rights in our age) in a way avoiding the shortfalls of legal-moralism illustrated by the natural-law-theories. The rationalist thes...
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Transition towards urban system integration and benchmarking of an urban area to accelerate mitigation towards net-zero targets
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Strengthening capacity for cross-sectoral coordination has a crucial role in enabling ambitious climate mitigation. This research work integrates the Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems Index into a policy framework with three main components to compare possibilities for improving urban system performance. Tiers of integration are defined and compared with the index results for more transformative action. The levels range from unintegrated urban sectors and emerging integration,...
Transformation of the caste system and the dalit movement
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Citation Formats
A. Topal Yılmaz, Transition to Neoliberalism and Decentralisation Policies in Mexico. 2010, p. 243.