Agglomeration economies, growth and the new economic geography in Mexico
El presente estudio sobre el crecimiento economico regional en Mexico se basa en la nueva geografia economica, donde la distancia desempena un papel importante para explicar el crecimiento economico urbano regional. Los resultados muestran que la distancia a la frontera norte de Mexico y la migracion en Mexico, despues de la puesta en marcha del TLCAN, son factores importantes que explican el crecimiento regional estatal y las aglo-meraciones para el periodo 1994 a 2000. Los resultados tambien indican que el crecimiento del numero de empleos por sector y la Inversion Extranjera directa no son significativos para el periodo de estudio.
Volume (Year): 1 (2005)
Issue (Month): 2 (Enero-Junio)
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