México, integración y transición vs. crisis y regulación. Las alternativas financieras para un crecimiento estable
AbstractThis paper has the main target of clarifying the costs of a fiduciary monetary system, in the economic transition process. Also the advantages of such a financial system are studied, as based upon a non-nominative silver current and guarantor of development. This is also an attempting to settle down the convenience of counting on a more solid national financial system, resistant to adverse circumstances in speculative international capital markets. Institutional, structural and social reasons are analyzed for integration and its repercussions, with an empirical basis whose observation unit is national federative entity, from 1950 to 2000. The analysis unit is the region.
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Issue (Month): 1 (Spring)
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Mexico; monetary system; economic transition; development;
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