Organizaciones sustentables. El caso de micro empresas en San Sebastián del Sur
In this paper it is analyzed the organizations’ sustainability which are committed to the exploitation’ activities of tule Thypha spp at the Zapotlán’s Lagoon and its socioeconomic and environmental impact in the municipalities of Gómez Farías and Zapotlán el Grande. The initial hypothesis delimits the consideration of the scarce social capital of the organizations which limits development’s sustainability. The research method employed is the ethnographic complemented with field work supported by informal interviews, documental and bibliographic research. The main conclusion is that there is not equilibrium between organization’s sustainability due to scarce social capital and environmental and economic development sustainability
Volume (Year): V (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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