América Latina en la historia económica
versión impresa ISSN 1405-2253
AGUILAR SOTO, César y ROMERO IBARRA, María Eugenia. Organización empresarial y agricultura comercial: La Confederación de Asociaciones de Agricultores del Estado de Sinaloa, 1930-1960. Am. Lat. Hist. Econ [online]. 2011, n.36, pp. 123-153. ISSN 1405-2253.
This study examines how an institutional environment which has had clear and appropriate rules gave rise a new production structure: the modern agricultural enterprises in Sinaloa between years 1930 and 1960. Producers were grouped in many associations, the latter were merged into Confederación de Asociaciones de Agricultores del Estado de Sinaloa (CAADES). The main purpose of these business networks was to create and manage an organizational structure to implement, monitor and punish those who violated the rules of production and marketing of major crops. This organization took over the control and implementation of agricultural policy in Sinaloa to the present.
Palabras llave : Commercial and export agriculture; business organization; Sinaloa; legislation; land policy.