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Mexico Reform Agenda for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth

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dc.contributor.author World Bank
dc.date.accessioned 2013-11-18T20:53:36Z
dc.date.available 2013-11-18T20:53:36Z
dc.date.issued 2013-06
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10986/16302
dc.description.abstract 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 productivity, and despite improvements in recent years, many households and firms still lack adequate access to financial services. Strengthening competition and streamlining key regulations for firms are key to increasing Mexico's competitiveness. This note provides a medium-term agenda for supporting Mexico's competitiveness by fostering greater innovation. This policy note outlines short- and medium-term policy options for addressing critical challenges affecting labor markets in Mexico, and in particular labor productivity. This note reviews the challenges in Mexico's social protection system and possible options to achieve an integral and effective system that is more than the sum of its parts. This policy note contributes to the debate on Mexico's looming fiscal challenges. To achieve higher growth and reduce poverty and inequality, Mexico needs to improve public service delivery. This note assesses Mexico's pending subnational fiscal reform agenda. This note is structured as follows: chapter one is fostering sound financial sector development; chapter two is toward a more competitive business environment; chapter three is fostering innovation for productivity and competitiveness; chapter four gives labor markets for inclusive growth; chapter five deals with promoting an integral social protection system; chapter six deals with reducing the footprint of growth; chapter seven gives ways of using natural resources in an optimal way; chapter eight presents managing medium-term fiscal challenges; chapter nine deals with strengthening public revenue and expenditure management to enhance service delivery; and chapter ten is strengthening subnational public finance. en
dc.language English
dc.language.iso en_US
dc.publisher Washington, DC
dc.rights CC BY 3.0 IGO
dc.rights.uri http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
dc.subject BORROWER
dc.subject CADASTRE
dc.subject DEVELOPMENT BANKS
dc.subject VALUABLE
dc.subject HEDGES
dc.subject PUBLIC EXPENDITURE
dc.subject CONSUMER CREDIT
dc.subject GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
dc.subject LABOR MARKETS
dc.subject BROKERAGE ACTIVITIES
dc.subject FINANCIAL REGULATOR
dc.subject TERM CONTRACTS
dc.subject BALANCE SHEETS
dc.subject INTERNATIONAL BANK
dc.subject MUTUAL FUNDS
dc.subject PRODUCTIVITY
dc.subject PAYMENT SERVICES
dc.subject TAX REVENUE
dc.subject CONFLICT OF INTEREST
dc.subject DEBT
dc.subject PRIVATE CREDIT
dc.subject PRIVATE INVESTMENT
dc.subject MARKET COMPETITION
dc.subject SOCIAL PROTECTION
dc.subject BARRIERS TO ENTRY
dc.subject PROPERTY RIGHTS
dc.subject VALUATION
dc.subject HOUSEHOLD SPENDING
dc.subject CREDIT LINE
dc.subject SECURITY INTERESTS
dc.subject FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES
dc.subject PENSION FUND
dc.subject FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
dc.subject PAYMENT SYSTEMS
dc.subject FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS
dc.subject TAX
dc.subject PENSION SYSTEM
dc.subject EQUITY MARKETS
dc.subject LOW INCOME
dc.subject TRANSACTION
dc.subject BEST PRACTICES
dc.subject BEST PRACTICE
dc.subject MARKET FOR GOVERNMENT DEBT
dc.subject FINANCIAL SECTOR
dc.subject CONSUMER
dc.subject LOAN ACTIVITIES
dc.subject SOCIAL WELFARE
dc.subject CAPITAL MARKETS
dc.subject MATURITY
dc.subject PENSION
dc.subject DEPOSIT
dc.subject FINANCIAL GROUPS
dc.subject CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
dc.subject SMALLER FIRMS
dc.subject REGISTRATION SYSTEM
dc.subject DEPOSITS
dc.subject BOND
dc.subject COMMERCIAL BANK LENDING
dc.subject BANK LENDING
dc.subject BONDS
dc.subject BAILOUTS
dc.subject BUDGETING
dc.subject NATURAL RESOURCES
dc.subject PERMANENT WORKERS
dc.subject CREDITORS
dc.subject CONSUMER RIGHTS
dc.subject INCOME SECURITIES
dc.subject NATURAL DISASTERS
dc.subject PRODUCERS
dc.subject FUND ASSETS
dc.subject TAX CREDITS
dc.subject MARKET POWER
dc.subject PATENTS
dc.subject SUSTAINABLE GROWTH
dc.subject BANKING SERVICES
dc.subject INVESTMENT CLIMATE
dc.subject TRANSPARENCY
dc.subject ATMS
dc.subject MOBILE PHONE
dc.subject CREDIT COOPERATIVES
dc.subject LAND USE
dc.subject SENIOR
dc.subject GOVERNMENT BONDS
dc.subject PRODUCTIVE INVESTMENTS
dc.subject CONTRIBUTION
dc.subject INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE
dc.subject CONSUMER PROTECTION
dc.subject LARGE BANKS
dc.subject ACCOUNTING
dc.subject FOREST MANAGEMENT
dc.subject LENDERS
dc.subject EDUCATION PROGRAMS
dc.subject CASH PAYMENT
dc.subject FINANCIAL STABILITY
dc.subject FINANCIAL CRISIS
dc.subject SEVERANCE PAY
dc.subject TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS
dc.subject CONSUMER FINANCIAL EDUCATION
dc.subject INSURANCE
dc.subject FINANCIAL ASSETS
dc.subject INSURANCE COMPANY
dc.subject TAX COLLECTION
dc.subject BANK LOAN
dc.subject JUDICIAL PROCESS
dc.subject SAVINGS
dc.subject FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT
dc.subject NEW ENTREPRENEURS
dc.subject EXPENDITURES
dc.subject DEBIT CARDS
dc.subject FINANCIAL LITERACY
dc.subject SECURITIES
dc.subject CONSUMERS
dc.subject EQUITY MARKET
dc.subject BENEFICIARIES
dc.subject DEBT COLLECTION
dc.subject PUBLIC GOOD
dc.subject LOW-INCOME
dc.subject COMMERCIAL BANK
dc.subject BUSINESS OPERATIONS
dc.subject FINANCIAL SAVINGS
dc.subject BALANCE SHEET
dc.subject REPOSSESSION OF COLLATERAL
dc.subject SECONDARY EDUCATION
dc.subject CREDIT REPORTS
dc.subject DIRECT COSTS
dc.subject INCENTIVE MECHANISM
dc.subject COLLATERAL
dc.subject CONSUMER COMPLAINTS
dc.subject CAPITAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT
dc.subject MARKET CAPITALIZATION
dc.subject MUTUAL FUND
dc.subject ECONOMIC VALUE
dc.subject ACCESS TO CREDIT
dc.subject LOAN AMOUNT
dc.subject TAX REFORM
dc.subject ENERGY TAXES
dc.subject INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
dc.subject MUTUAL FUND ASSETS
dc.subject LEARNING CURVE
dc.subject EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE
dc.subject DIRECT INVESTMENT
dc.subject LABOR FORCE
dc.subject CREDIT HISTORIES
dc.subject FUND MANAGERS
dc.subject CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS
dc.subject ENERGY EFFICIENCY
dc.subject PENSION FUNDS
dc.subject PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
dc.subject REGULATORY BARRIERS
dc.subject COLLATERAL REGISTRATION
dc.subject ACCESS TO BANK
dc.subject PURCHASING POWER
dc.subject STOCK MARKET CAPITALIZATION
dc.subject BANK LOANS
dc.subject INVESTING
dc.subject MOVABLE ASSETS
dc.subject OIL
dc.subject STOCK MARKET
dc.subject ECONOMIC WELFARE
dc.subject LABOR MARKET
dc.subject RISK MANAGEMENT
dc.subject MORTGAGE
dc.subject ENVIRONMENTAL
dc.subject FINANCIAL PRODUCTS
dc.subject DEVELOPMENT BANK
dc.subject TRANSACTION COSTS
dc.subject CAPITAL MARKET
dc.subject SALARY
dc.subject FORESTRY
dc.subject SKILLED WORKERS
dc.subject CREDITS
dc.subject OIL PRICE
dc.subject ECONOMICS
dc.subject CONTRIBUTION RATE
dc.subject ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION
dc.subject COLLATERAL REQUIREMENTS
dc.subject NOTARY
dc.subject STOCK EXCHANGE
dc.subject CREDIT GUARANTEE
dc.subject FINANCIAL EDUCATION
dc.subject CREDIT BUREAUS
dc.subject FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT
dc.subject TREASURY
dc.subject COMPLIANCE COSTS
dc.subject MARKET SHARE
dc.subject DEPOSITORS
dc.subject COMMERCIAL BANKS
dc.subject LIABILITY
dc.subject REPLACEMENT RATES
dc.subject CREDIT CARDS
dc.subject NEGATIVE EXTERNALITIES
dc.subject STOCK MARKET TURNOVER
dc.subject FISCAL POLICY
dc.subject EMPIRICAL RESEARCH
dc.subject DEBTORS
dc.subject YOUNG CHILDREN
dc.subject COLLATERAL REGISTRIES
dc.subject FINANCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE
dc.subject FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
dc.subject EXTENSION CENTERS
dc.subject FINANCIAL SYSTEM
dc.subject SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
dc.subject INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS
dc.subject DIVERSIFICATION
dc.subject INFORMATION SYSTEMS
dc.subject FINANCIAL SERVICES
dc.subject LOAN PORTFOLIOS
dc.subject PUBLIC FINANCE
dc.subject EXTERNALITIES
dc.subject INTERNATIONAL PRICE
dc.subject INTEREST RATE
dc.subject TELECOMMUNICATIONS
dc.subject CREDIT MARKETS
dc.subject CONTRIBUTION RATES
dc.subject CREDITOR RIGHTS
dc.subject FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
dc.subject FINANCIAL EDUCATION EFFORTS
dc.subject COMMERCIAL BANK CREDIT
dc.subject DEBTOR
dc.subject MARKETING
dc.subject PENSION FUND ASSETS
dc.subject SALES
dc.subject CREDIT BUREAU
dc.subject REAL ESTATE
dc.subject CREDITOR
dc.subject MATURITY TRANSFORMATION
dc.subject RETAIL BANKS
dc.subject REPOSSESSION
dc.title Mexico Reform Agenda for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth en
dc.title.alternative Agenda de reformas en Mexico para un crecimiento incluyente y susteatable en
dc.rights.holder World Bank


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