Universal Journal of Management Vol. 4(8), pp. 419 - 424
DOI: 10.13189/ujm.2016.040801
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Monsanto: The Great Institutional Strategist

José G. Vargas Hernández *, Hugo Cesar Enríquez Gracia
University Center for Economic and Managerial Sciences, University of Guadalajara, Mexico


This research is based on the relationships between organizations and governments in order to establish common agreements for the good of the society, but all the most to reach a corporate welfare. On this paper we wanted to demonstrate the influence of the coercive power of the law for the more profitable companies. The point of view of the institutions and the theory of the property rights are part of the theoretical framework that has been taken as a reference to describe the relationship they has had with "Monsanto Corporation" and the Mexican government, for entry of transgenic corn in our country. It tries to generate a hypothesis based on data and information gathered to bring in this, that in a general sense, proving the strategy taken by Monsanto Co. to achieve this maize market in Mexico.

Transgenic Corn, Property Rights, the Point of View of the Institutions

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[1] José G. Vargas Hernández , Hugo Cesar Enríquez Gracia , "Monsanto: The Great Institutional Strategist," Universal Journal of Management, Vol. 4, No. 8, pp. 419 - 424, 2016. DOI: 10.13189/ujm.2016.040801.

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José G. Vargas Hernández , Hugo Cesar Enríquez Gracia (2016). Monsanto: The Great Institutional Strategist. Universal Journal of Management, 4(8), 419 - 424. DOI: 10.13189/ujm.2016.040801.