Mexico and export-led growth: the Porfirian period revisited
Mexican exports increased rapidly during a period of liberalization of the economy from 1877 to 1910. There is doubt as to whether the impact of this growth in exports had as great an impact on the economy as a whole as was previously thought. Economic growth was boosted by exports in other major economies which exported primary products, such as Canada and Argentina. Previous research has tended to use limited data and qualitative studies, and this revision of the accepted wisdom has come from a more comprehensive approach.
Publication Name: Cambridge Journal of Economics
Okun's law revisited
A nonlinear model explores the relationship between increasing productivity and unemployment through business cycles.
Publication Name: Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics
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