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Economic Growth and Regional Integration in Mexico
In this paper we examine the regional structure of output growth, volatility and prosperity in Mexico, focusing in particular on the degree of integration between both the regions and the individual states of the country. The results suggest that there is a high degree of similarity across the regions in the responses to domestic and international shocks affecting the economy, but there are also significant differences across the individual states within each region. We identify a positivedoi:10.1037/e602312011-006 fatcat:h43k265x7nbtloydnntq7b22hq