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Minimum Wages and Earnings Inequality in Urban Mexico. Mariano Bosch and Marco Manacorda 2010 J31, J38, O15, O17, O18, R23 migration, Inequality, growth, Economic Development, Distribution, Mexico SAT American Economic Review 2(4): 49-128Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Investing Cash Transfers to Raise Long-Term Living Standards. Paul J. Gertler, Sebastian W. Martinez and Marta Rubio-Codina 2012 D14, H23, I38, O12 Bank, Taxation and Subsidies, increasing agricultural, Mexico PROCAMPO American Economic Review 4(1): 92-164Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Immigrants' Labor Supply and Exchange Arash Nekoei 2013 F24, F31, J22, J61 Social mobility, immigrant, Mexico American Economic Review 5(4): 64-144Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Do Male-Female Wage Differentials Reflect Differences in the Return to Skill? Cross-City Evidence from 1980-2000 Paul Beaudry and Ethan Lewis 2014 J15, J24, J31, J71, O33, R23 regional migration, race, Inequality, labor market, Mexico American Economic Review 6(2): 94-178Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Testing Paternalism: Cash versus In-Kind Transfers Jesse M. Cunha 2014 I14, I18, 138, O15 regulation, Inequality, Economic Development, food, Mexico INSP American Economic Review 6(2): 195-230Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Influenza Vaccination Campaigns: Is an Ounce of Prevention Worth a Pound of Cure? Courtney J. Ward 2014 H75, I12, I18 education, government Policy, regulation American Economic Review 6(1): 38-72Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Market discipline: a review of the Mexican deposit market Edgar Demetrio Tovar-García 2014 E59, G21, G39, market discipline, deposit market, bank risk, Mexico Latin American Economic Review 23(6)Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Closing the achievement gap in mathematics: evidence from a remedial program in Mexico City Emilio Gutiérrez and Rodimiro Rodrigo 2014 C23, I21, I28, O15, impact evaluation, remedial education programs, difference-in-differences estimators Latin American Economic Review 23(14)Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Economic behavior of indigenous peoples: the Mexican case Juan Carlos Pérez Velasco Pavón 2014 Z13, D01, F1, O41, cultural trails, tradition, microeconomic behavior, firm behavior, trade, economic growth Latin American Economic Review 23(12)Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Do Mexicans care about air pollution? José Iván Rodríguez-Sánchez 2014 D1, Q2, Q5, R1 particulate matter, migration costs, discrete choice models, valuation of air quality in Mexico ENIGH  Latin American Economic Review 23(9)Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Growth, bank credit, and inflation in Mexico: evidence from an ARDL-bounds testing approach Miguel Ángel Tinoco-Zermeño, Francisco Venegas-Martínez and Víctor Hugo Torres-Preciado 2014 E31, G21, E44, O4, C22, inflation, private sector bank credit, financial development, growth Latin American Economic Review 23(8)Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Intergenerational transmission of education: the relative importance of transmission channels Florian Wendelspiess Chávez Juárez 2015 D31, I21, I24, I62 Intergenerational transmission of education, Social mobility, IQ transmission, Inequality, Mexico ENNVIH  Latin American Economic Review 24(1): 1-44Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Trafficking Networks and the Mexican Drug War Melissa Dell 2015 D72, D85, K42, O17, Z13, American Economic Review 105(6): 1738-1779Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Microcredit Impacts: Evidence from a Randomized Microcredit Program Placement Experiment by Compartamos Banco Manuela Angelucci, Dean Karlan and Jonathan Zinman 2015 C83, D14, G21, I31, J23, O12, O16 credit, Bank, development, Mexico American Economic Review 7(1): 82-151Google ScholarDownload from publisher
A robust Bayesian dynamic linear model for Latin-American economic time series: ‘‘the Mexico and Puerto Rico cases’’ Jairo Fúquene, Marta Álvarez and Luis Raúl Pericchi 2015 C11, C40, G17, N16 robust Bayesian dynamic model, outliers and structural breaks, Latin-American time series, consumer price index, economic activity index, total number Latin American Economic Review 24(6)Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Does access to free health insurance crowd-out private transfers? Evidence from Mexico’s Seguro Popular Pedro Orraca Romano 2015 I13, I18, I38, public health insurance, crowding-out, private transfers, Mexico, Seguro Popular ENIGH  Latin American Economic Review 24(7)Google ScholarDownload from publisher
US–Mexico border tourism and day trips: an aberration in globalization? John Berdell and Animesh Ghoshal 2015 F15, F52, R21, tourism, constraints to travel, regional integration, border security Latin American Economic Review 24(15)Google ScholarDownload from publisher
Does access to health insurance reduce the risk of miscarriages? Evidence from Mexico’s Seguro Popular Tobias Pfutze 2015 I13, I15, I18, O12, miscarriages, health insurance, Mexico ENADID  Latin American Economic Review 24(8)Google ScholarDownload from publisher