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Impacto Macroeconómico de la Reforma de Pensiones en México

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  • Alejandro Villagómez

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    (Division of Economics, CIDE)

  • Arturo Antón-Sarabia

    ()

    (Division of Economics, CIDE)

In this paper we estimate the macroeconomic impact of the 1997 Mexican pension reform, which substituted a pay-as-you-go for a fully- funded system with individual accounts. To analyze the impact of the reform on GDP growth, three main channels are considered: national savings and domestic investment; labor markets; and the development of capital markets. Our estimations suggest that the reform has contributed between 0.18 and 0.52 percentage points of the average GDP growth rate, which has been 2.4% in the last 15 years.

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Paper provided by CIDE, División de Economía in its series Working papers with number DTE 560.

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Length: 65 pages
Date of creation: Oct 2013
Handle: RePEc:emc:wpaper:dte560
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