ISSN: 1870-5472

Números publicados:

Volumen 7, Número 2. May-Ago 2010



México presents regional disparities in social and economic aspects. For that reason, the Mexican government generated diverse financial instruments to provide greater physical and institutional infrastructure, and to develop a productive environment in the regions. With these initiatives, positive impacts could be expected in levels of income and access to educational, health and housing services, as well as a greater participation of the population in the political and social life of these regions. Even when these efforts are being carried out, we observe a sector of the population with social gaps and High and Very High levels of marginalization. In this study, we analyze: 1) the planning model on which regional Mexican policies are based; 2) the financial instruments generated in the context of this model and, 3) their impacts in different areas related to regional convergence. Results indicate that the planning model as policy analysis, from which regional policy and financial instruments are generated, make up the factors that reveal the permanence of territorial imbalances in México.

Palabras clave: Disparities, inequity, marginalization, poverty, developing regions.

Volumen 7, Número 2

Volumen 7, Número 2
May-Ago 2010


Said Infante Gil

Director de ASyD

Benito Ramírez Valverde

Comité Asesor Editorial Interno

Ma. Eugenia Chávez Arellano
Juan Antonio Leos Rodríguez
Jaime Matus Gardea
Jacinta Palerm Viqueira
Verónica Vázquez García
Emma Zapata Martelo
Pilar Alberti Manzanares
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