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Financialization in Mexico - Dr. Gregorio Vidal

Financialization in Mexico - Dr. Gregorio Vidal


272 JOURNAL OF POST KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS Figure 4 Number of unemployed, underemployed, informal, and available but inactive workers in Mexico Source: INEGI, 2010b. deterioration of public-sector institutions and ever increasing capital outflows and a sharp polarization of wealth. We cannot predict the future of financialization. We certainly do not believe that it can be considered a politically sustainable regime of accumulation, and based on what has happened in Mexico over the past thirty years, we are inclined to believe that it does not have much future. Extrapolating from the Mexican case, we can point to four severe limitations of the financialized regime of accumulation: (1) it is extremely difficult to govern, (2) it is given to ever greater financial crisis, (3) it does not offer medium- to long-term profitability for private-sector companies, and (4) especially for peripheral countries, it creates conditions that systematically impede development. All of this is not to say that this regime of accumulation will not continue to exist in the coming years, yet if it does, because of its inherent economic flaws, its corresponding political regime will have to be ever less democratic. REFERENCES Aglietta, M. Macroéconomie Financière. 1. Finance, Croissance et Cycles. Paris: La Découverte, 2001.

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