The new extractivism in Mexico: Rent redistribution and resistance to mining and petroleum activities

@article{Tetreault2020TheNE,
  title={The new extractivism in Mexico: Rent redistribution and resistance to mining and petroleum activities},
  author={Darcy Tetreault},
  journal={World Development},
  year={2020},
  volume={126},
  pages={104714}
}

Two sides of the same coin: increasing material extraction rates and social environmental conflicts in Mexico

  • Darcy Tetreault
  • Political Science
    Environment, Development and Sustainability
  • 2022
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