Economic reform or social development? the challenges of a period of reform in Latin America: case study of Mexico
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- Diana Alarcón González & Eduardo Zepeda, 2007. "Growth, poverty and the distribution of labor earnings in Brazil, Chile and Mexico," IDB Publications (Working Papers) 4308, Inter-American Development Bank.
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