José G. Vargas-Hernández

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Shrinking mining cities — once prosperous settlements servicing a mining site or a system of mining sites — are characterized by long-term population and/or economic decline. Many of these towns experience periods of growth and shrinkage, mirroring the ebbs and flows of international mineral markets which determine the fortunes of the dominant mining(More)
There have been an increasing number of international collaboration agreements among universities, college, etc., to promote educative exchange programs, internationalization of teaching, research, and curricula, among other things. This paper has the aim to analyze and to reflect on the experiential exercise from the point of views of instructor and(More)
This paper review and examine how strategic management researchers apply research methods, and what strategies use as part of the research process, to locate, organize, manage, transform, create, communicate and evaluate research tools, data and information resources. It also analyzes recent developments in research methodology to create scientific(More)
The aim of this paper is to analyze the institutional economics of cooperation and the political economy of trust. It is reviewed the transactions costs, the principal-agent theory, market power, increasing-returns theory and value creation, strategic management, competitive forces, resource-based theory, organizational knowledge and learning, strategic(More)
This paper has the purpose to analyze most recent economic and political changes in the Mexican States, which show a clear transitional tendency from an entrepreneurial state toward a state of entrepreneurs through the following stages: The PRI-presidential Mexican Entrepreneurial State with an emphasis in the welfare state model, followed by a period(More)
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