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El Impacto de las Redes Sociales en los Ingresos de los Mexicanos en EEUU

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  • Juan Ordaz Diaz
  • Adolfo Albo

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En este documento se analiza empiricamente si, como resultado de contar con acceso a redes sociales, los migrantes mexicanos en los Estados Unidos incrementan sus ingresos. Se emplean cifras de la Encuesta Nacional a Hogares Rurales de Mexico (ENHRUM). Se encuentra que quienes tienen acceso a redes fuertes reciben en promedio mas ingresos que los que cuentan con redes debiles o en las cuales su acceso es nulo.Las personas que mayor beneficio obtienen de las redes sociales son los jovenes del sexo masculino y los menos educados.

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  • Juan Ordaz Diaz & Adolfo Albo, 2011. "El Impacto de las Redes Sociales en los Ingresos de los Mexicanos en EEUU," Working Papers 1106, BBVA Bank, Economic Research Department.
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