The expanding size of governmental agencies and the increasing scope of their activities raise questions about effective ways to control and coordinate governmental bureaucracies. The author examines Mexico's efforts to cope with these problems through recent administrative reforms in the Organic Law of Federal Public Administration.
Mark O. Rorem,
Mexico's Organic Law of Federal Public Administration--A New Structure for Modern Administration,
1 Hastings Int'l & Comp.L. Rev. 367
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