By Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development
This assessment of Mexico evaluates rising territorial improvement innovations in addition to suitable adjustments in governance, similar to new horizontal and vertical co-ordination mechanisms, being brought together with more desirable federal arrangements. The overview makes a speciality of 3 coverage pursuits which are regarded as having maximum precedence in confronting and redressing Mexico's stark nearby disparities: assuaging poverty, fostering competitiveness and embellishing connectivity. The evaluation is for academia, coverage makers and economists, NGOs and self reliant imagine tanks.
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The most obvious explanation for informality not differentiating the poor from the non-poor is that a large share of the non-poor choose informal status to avoid taxes and other regulations. In contrast, informality for the extremely poor is not a choice but a means of survival. In addition, the minimum wage is set at such low levels that remuneration of the lowest paid formal workers are not substantially different from remuneration levels of low-wage informal sector jobs. Income statistics may not be able to discern substantial welfare © OECD 2003 39 OECD Territorial Reviews: Mexico differences between formal and informal workers at the lower income levels as these data fail to capture the non-monetary remuneration in the form of employment benefits and security of employment.
1). 3 million people living in a situation of poverty. From a territorial perspective, poverty in Mexico cannot be classified either as a predominantly urban or rural issue. The fact that the percentage of poor people in rural areas is much higher than in urban areas contrasts with the fact that 63% of the Mexican poor can be considered as urban. Poverty in urban areas tends to produce a great corrosion of social capital as a result of the close location of immense disparities and the consequent lack of social cohesiveness.
The relationship between region and inequality has been greater at the state or sub-state level as described below. 46 Examining poverty and income inequality as a function of individual characteristics provides important insight into the magnitude of the problem and the marginal contributions of various factors. With respect to the analysis of regional development policy, the available evidence suggests that most of observed disparity and poverty are accounted for by capital endowment of the population within regions, rather than by differential regional impediments to the returns of capital.