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El estado social en México (The Social State in Mexico)

El estado social en México (The Social State in Mexico)

SERIES AND BOOK LAUNCH at the 38th International Palacio de Minería Book Fair.

4 March 2017 (18:00) | UNAM Mexico City, Mexico

Siglo XXI Editores in cooperation with College of the Northern Border (Colef), National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), University of Guadalajara and CROP, invite to the launch of the new book series "La cuestión social" (The social question), and the first book in the series "El estado social en México" (The social state in Mexico - A century of reforms towards a system of exclusive welfare), by Gerardo Ordóñez Barba.

Presenters of the series

  • Rolando Cordera (PUED-UNAM)
  • Enrique Valenica (CUCSH-UdeG)
  • Alberto Cimadamore (CROP)

Presenters of the book:

  • Gerardo Ordóñez Barba (Colef)
  • Carlos Barba (CUCSH-UdeG)

The fair is hosted by UNAM, visit their webpage for more information

06.07.2017
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