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Otro estudio sobre el sector financiero
Reddy Rekha, Bruhn Miriam, Tan CongyanNov 01, 2013

This report describes a baseline measure of the financial capability of the Mexican adult population. Chapter one describes the Mexican context and the rationale for the financial capability study. Chapter two...

Documento de trabajo
May 28, 2013

Despite facing more extensive climatic events and significant losses, more resilient and/or affluent communities recover faster than poor and vulnerable communities exposed to minor disasters. This study...

Documento de trabajo
Mar 01, 2013

This study on urban water management in the Valley of Mexico, was conducted in close coordination with the authorities of the National Water Commission (CNA), the National Association of Water and Sanitation...

Documento de trabajo
Szekely MiguelFeb 01, 2013

This study presents an analysis of the alignment between the human resource profile generated by the Higher Education sector in Oaxaca, and the dynamics of the labor market in the State. This is a critical...

Nota sobre políticas
Ene 01, 2013

Mexico needs to broaden and deepen its financial system without compromising the financial stability gains of the last decade. Much more private investment is needed to transform the economy to boost ...

Pobreza

Tres de cada cuatro indígenas mexicanos son pobres, mientras en la población general, solo uno de cada dos vive bajo la línea de la pobreza. Lea más »

Expertos
gloria-m-grandolini
Directora para México y Colombia
Samuel Freije
Economista Principal Interino para México y Colombia
Desarrollo social

El estudio propone una visión de la clase media con base en su vulnerabilidad a la pobreza. Lea más »