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2011 - The initiative LEADER as a model for rural development: implementation to some territories of Mexico

Autores: Ignacio de los Ríos Carmenado, José María Díaz-Puente, Jorge Cadena Íñiguez
Título: The initiative LEADER as a model for rural development: implementation to some territories of Mexico
Revista: Agrociencia. Colegio de Postgraduados de México. ISSN: 0185-0288
Volumen: 45
Páginas: Inicial: 609 Final: 624
Fecha: 2011
Lugar de Publicación: México
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ABSTRACT

Given the failure of quantitative development models and top-down approaches, since the early 1990’s new values and trends have arisen in developed societies. In this context, the European Union favors the LEADER Community Initiative as an experimental way to tackle rural development, based on an area-based approach, the creation of new local government participatory structures and decentralized management. This study analyzes the foundations of a new model, and describes its implementation in five regions of México, through a planning pattern based on social learning. The application of the model five years after onset shows how it is becoming a novel and effective vehicle for articulating rural development in México.

Keywords: Rural development, local governance, social learning, endogenous development, partnership, México

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