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Mexico: The Remaking of an Economy

Lustig, Nora

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ISBN 10: 0815753136 / ISBN 13: 9780815753131
Published by Brookings Inst Pr, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., 1992
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Title: Mexico: The Remaking of an Economy

Publisher: Brookings Inst Pr, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1992

Binding: Soft cover

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: FIRST.

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Today Mexico is viewed as a success story in the management of economic adjustment and structural reform. Inflation is under control, capital and foreign investment are returning and output growth has increased. Mexico's recovery, however, has been neither smooth nor rapid. In mid-1982, Mexico was in deep economic crisis compounded by an unfavourable international environment. Mexico was saddled with a large foreign debt, world interest rates were high, commercial banks had stopped lending and the price for oil was dropping. Conditions at home were no better with rampant inflation, increasing capital flight, and chaos in financial and foreign exchange markets. To confront internal imbalances and accommodate adverse external conditions, Mexico adjusted its consumption and output, then sought new ways to foster growth. The crisis and adjustment imposed great hardship and demanded enormous discipline on the part of the government. This was accomplished without serious political or social disruption. In this book, Nora Lustig analyzes Mexico's economic evolution from the outset of the debt crisis in 1982 until the sweeping reforms began to bear fruit in the early 1990s. She explains the causes of the 1982 economic crisis and why it took Mexico "so long" to restore stability and growth. She also explores the question of the social costs of economic crisis and adjustment, and why the process may have been easier for Mexico than other debt-ridden countries. A discussion of the emerging role of the state in Mexico and the country's new outward-oriented development strategy is followed by an analysis of the country's search for greater economic integration with the United States and Canada.

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Nora Lustig is senior advisor and chief of the Poverty and Inequality Advisory Unit at the Inter-American Development Bank, a nonresident senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies program at the Brookings Institution, a senior associated fellow of the Inter-American Dialogue, and president of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association. Her previous Brookings books include Coming Together? Mexico-U.S. Relations (1997) and Coping with Austerity: Poverty and Inequality in Latin America (1995).

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