The Economy of Mexico


Despite its many many critics though the nation has some surprisingly strong economic characteristics. A great export market, a thriving manufacturing industry, natural resources, a young and productive workforce and even things like geography are on their side.

But the thing is it still has critics, and some of that criticism isn’t entirely unfair things like crime are an issue, and as strong as Mexico’s legitimate economy and export market is we still all know deep down the other export market that Mexico is home to.

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References –

Székely, M., 1998. The economics of poverty, inequality and wealth accumulation in Mexico. Springer.

Boucher, S., Stark, O. and Taylor, J.E., 2009. A gain with a drain? Evidence from rural Mexico on the new economics of the brain drain. In Corruption, development and institutional design

Bruhn, M. and Love, I., 2009. The economic impact of banking the unbanked: evidence from Mexico. The World Bank.

Gonzalez-Hermosillo, B., Pazarbaşioğlu, C. and Billings, R., 1997. Determinants of banking system fragility: A case study of Mexico. Staff Papers

Atkin, D., 2016. Endogenous skill acquisition and export manufacturing in Mexico. American Economic Review

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