Financialization in Mexico: trajectory and limits
Eugenia Correa (),
Gregorio Vidal and
Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 2012, vol. 35, issue 2, 255-275
This article seeks to contribute to the academic debate regarding financialization, through an analysis of its evolution in Mexico. As we argue, Mexico has been at the forefront of the tendencies and historical events that have defined financialization at the global level. Moreover, Mexico is alone among the world's largest economies in its continual application of public policies that serve the needs of a financialized economy. The degree to which such policies have been applied and their corresponding results have made Mexico one of the more interesting case studies in the causes and consequences of financialization.
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