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|Title:||Application of economic theories of an object of regional study: poultry production in Tepatitlan, Mexico|
|Publisher:||Center for Enhancing Knowledge (CEK), UK|
|Description:||There are several options for the implementation of community service regarding regional studies. The
handiest are those from anthropology and social sciences in general, however, the economic perspective has become a good option as it offers various tools and allows the analysis of aspects that sometimes are not dedicated special interest. The aim of this paper is to describe what were the theories commonly used in
regional studies and propose an economic vision as an alternative to extend the range of academic
opportunities that engage in research. Social and economic sciences’ tools are not new in regional studies,
they are almost as old as sociology and the same with economy, and howeverthey have specialized in
different branches. What is presented below is the description of these derivations and ownership of
different objects of study that makes each.|
Centro Universitario de Los Altos de la Universidad de Guadalajara. Centro Universitario de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de Guadalajara.
|Other Identifiers:||González Pérez, C., & Rea Becerra, R.T. (2015). Application of economic theories of an object of regional study: poultry production in Tepatitlan, Mexico . International Journal of Liberal Arts and Social Science . Vol. 3 No. 4. http://www.ijlass.org/data/frontImages/gallery/Vol._3_No._4/14._127-136.pdf|
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