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Los desafíos de la economía mexicana. El sector externo I

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  • Tinoco-Zermeño, Miguel Ángel
    (Universidad de Colima)

  • Torres-Preciado, Victor Hugo
    (Universidad de Colima)

  • Venegas-Martínez, Francisco
    (Escuela Superior de Economía del Instituto Politécnico Nacional)

Abstract

El objetivo principal de este libro es analizar varios aspectos del sector externo de México. El libro está dividido en tres partes: a) mercados nancieros, b) comercio internacional y ciclos sectoriales, y c) política laboral y turismo. En la primera parte se tratan temas vinculados con los ujos de inversión extranjera de cartera, los componentes permanentes y transitorios de los índices bursátiles de los países que forman parte del TLCAN y los efectos de los choques económicos internacionales sobre el comportamiento de la Bolsa Mexicana de Valores. En la segunda parte, se habla sobre la sincronización nacional e internacional de los ciclos sectoriales de nuestro país, la cointegración en la región del TLCAN y las exportaciones mexicanas. Por último, la tercera parte del libro aborda cuestiones sobre la exibilidad laboral mexicana y los efectos de la criminalidad y competitividad sobre los destinos turísticos de sol-playa y fronterizos del país.

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  • Tinoco-Zermeño, Miguel Ángel & Torres-Preciado, Victor Hugo & Venegas-Martínez, Francisco (ed.), 2017. "Los desafíos de la economía mexicana. El sector externo I," Sección de Estudios de Posgrado e Investigación de la Escuela Superios de Economía del Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Escuela Superior de Economía, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, edition 1, volume 1, number 018.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipn:libros:018
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