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Migraciones, Desigualdad y Desarrollo en los Estados de México

  • Rafael Domínguez Martín

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    (Cátedra de Cooperación Internacional y con Iberoamérica (COIBA), Universidad de Cantabria)

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    El presente trabajo trata de verificar la hipótesis de la existencia de dos relaciones en forma de curva en U invertida de la migración en México a partir de la información de los estados. En primer lugar, la U invertida que relaciona tasa migratoria con PIB per cápita. En segundo lugar, la U invertida que relaciona remesas con desigualdad interpersonal, partiendo de una relación previa en la que la desigualdad interpersonal correlaciona con la tasa de emigración. Dadas las elevadas desigualdades en la distribución del ingreso al interior de los estados relación viene a completar la visión de la migración como consustancial al proceso de desarrollo, en la medida en que a lo largo del mismo la desigualdad puede seguir una pauta clásica en forma de U invertida. Las implicaciones para los estados de México de estas relaciones en el actual escenario de recesión económica global ameritan la necesidad de implementar políticas públicas que maximicen el impacto de las remesas sobre el desarrollo.

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