Agglomeration Economies, Economic Growth and the New Economic Geography in Mexico

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Alejandro Diaz-Bautista;
(2005)
  • Subject: Economic Growth, FDI, Agglomerations, Regional Convergence, Mexico.
    • jel: jel:R00 | jel:O40 | jel:C3

The present study of regional economic growth in Mexico is based on the new economic geography, where distance plays an important role in explaining urban regional economic growth. The results show that distance to the northern border of Mexico and labor migration betwe... View more
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