México y la Comunidad Mexicana en Estados Unidos

Remesas

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Los migrantes mexicanos en Estados Unidos envían a México más de $20 mil millones de dólares al año en remesas, mejorando en gran medida el nivel de vida de sus comunidades de origen e influyendo en la economía mexicana, especialmente en las regiones donde éstas se concentran. Estos artículos analizan los efectos que tienen las remesas, incluyendo el programa 3×1 diseñado para maximizar el impacto de los flujos de remesas en el desarrollo de las comunidades locales.

Mexican migrants collectively send over $20 billion annually in remittances to Mexico from the United States, which greatly improves living standards and influences the Mexican economy, especially in regions where remittances are concentrated. These articles address the effect of remittances, including the 3×1 program designed to maximize the local development impact of remittance flows.

The Development and Fiscal Effects of Emigration on Mexico

This report, published by the Migration Policy Institute, examines the impact of the diaspora on the economic development of Mexico. It begins by determining the demographic of those who emigrate from Mexico, including patterns in age, gender, and socioeconomic standing. This profile is then used to determine further effects within Mexico, both from remittances and the labor markets across various industries. Remittances have a varying importance across different regions in Mexico, and this report highlights which areas are reliant more heavily on remittances, and the impact on social welfare due to remittances in these regions. Finally, the report introduces very intriguing and powerful statistics about the overall fiscal impact of emigration on Mexico.

Por favor dé click aquí The Development and Fiscal Effects of Emigration on Mexico , para leer el reporte escrito por Raymundo Campos-Vasquez and Horacio Sorbazo.

Collective Remittances and the State: The 3×1 Program in Mexican Municipalities

This academic paper details the 3 x 1 Program in which federal, state, and municipal governments match the remittances sent to localities in Mexico by hometown associations (HTAs) to finance local public works and development projects. Begun in the state of Zacatecas, this program now includes 27 Mexican states and more than 1,000 HTAs abroad. The authors delve into the origins of the Program in Zacatecas and the economic and political biases that may affect the program. The authors’ findings cast doubt on the Program’s promise to reduce poverty since poorer municipalities are less likely to participate in the program than those with medium poverty levels. In their conclusion, they reflect on government intervention in remittances management and suggest changes to the Program to improve its effectiveness, including a poverty threshold communities must fall below to utilize the program.

Dé click aqui para ver el documento completo: The 3×1 Program in Mexican Municipalities, de Francisco Javier Aparicio and Covadonga Meseguer.

EL PROYECTO

El proyecto Re-imaginando las relaciones México-Estados Unidos: del presente al 2024 de la red Estados Unidos-México en la Universidad del Sur de California está diseñado para presentar un análisis general de varios temas críticos y relevantes a la relación entre México y los Estados Unidos: una introducción general al tema, su estado actual, una proyección para el 2024 y los pasos necesarios para alcanzarla.

 

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NOTICIAS

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Ultimas Noticias: México y su Diáspora

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Nuevos programas y leyes relevantes a las remesas y a los clubes de Oriundus en ambos países continúan ocasionando cambios internos en las comunidades Mexicanas. Aquí se encuentra una lista de ...more.