David E. Lorey, (Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Latin American Center Publications, 1992),
Anyone who has examined Mexican development in the twentieth century, and has searched, often in vain, for comparable and longitudinal sets of social data, will welcome this work. Mexico's university system has long attracted the attention of scholars, mostly because of its impact on the formation of future leaders, as well as its role as the focal point for national, political recruitment.
David Lorey has instead examined the crucial relationship between higher education and employment, specifically the demand for university graduates. Lorey …