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OECD Economic Surveys: Mexico 2011
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  26 May 2011
Pages: 168 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264093089 , OECD Code: 102011071P1
Price:   €58 | $81 | £52 | ¥7500 | MXN1040 , Standard shipping included!
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Superseded by: OECD Economic Surveys: Mexico 2013 - (Available)
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Frequency: Every 18 months   Tables: 11  Charts: 54 

Description
The 2011 edition of OECD's periodic economic survey of Mexico. This edition includes chapters on macroeconomic and structural policies, fiscal reform, structural reforms in regulatory, competition and education policies; and informality.

Table of contents:
Basic Statistics of Mexico
Executive Summary
Assessment and Recommendations
-Bibliography
-Annex 1.A1. Progress in Structural Reform
Chapter 1. Macroeconomic and Structural Policies to Further Stabilise the Economy
-The recession of 2008-9 in international perspective
-Macroeconomic policies could contribute more to output stabilisation
-Structural policy reforms would enhance the economy's capacity to withstand shocks
-Concluding remarks
-Annex 1.A1. Monetary policy response function
-Annex 1.A2. Foreign exchange demand equation
Chapter 2. Fiscal reform for a stronger, fairer and cleaner Mexican economy
-Main challenges
-Improving spending efficiency
-Broadening the tax base
-Concluding remarks
Chapter 3. Structural reforms in regulatory, competition, and education policies to achieve faster productivity growth
-Improving regulation can have a significant impact on productivity growth
-Mexico is making efforts to ease business regulations
-Mexico needs more competition to spur growth and improve consumer welfare
-Better education would enhance economic growth andthe well-being of Mexico's citizens
Chapter 4. Informality
-An active strategy to fight informality is warrented
-Informality can be a symptom, but also a cause of lower productivity
-Policy reforms are needed to reduce informality and enhance productivity
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