PODCAST | Viridiana Rios on Income Inequality, Rule of Law, and the Mexican Elections
Episode 5: Our host Miguel Toro has a conversation with Viridiana Ríos, Mexico Institute Global Fellow & Assistant Professor of Purdue University, on income inequality, how the fragility of the rule of law in Mexico affects the country's politics, and what it may represent in the upcoming election, How much could the debate on corruption sway the election? Will independent citizen presidential candidates provide an effective alternative? Tune in here to listen.
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