Jorge Eduardo García García
Jorge Eduardo García is currently completing the fourth year of a degree in Economics with a specialization in Finance at the Francisco Marroquín University. He has attended to international seminars from Foundation for Economic Education. He is research intern at the Center for Economic and Social Studies (CEES) and has also collaborated in experiments with the Experimental Economics Center Vernon Smith of the UFM.
Which generation worked more: our grandparents’, our parents’, our ours? Why have the number of hours worked changed over time?Click here to continue reading
Mexico is going through a complex scenario, both in its internal and external environment. Last year was one of the most complicated ones for the Mexican peso. And things remain unclear for 2017: external factors influenced mainly by the US electoral process and its outcome have compromised Mexico’s economic performance.Click here to continue reading
The main problem arises when a government deficit comes with a primary balance deficit. The primary balance is the difference between government revenue and expenses, without taking into account the cost of the debt (interests).Click here to continue reading
Mexico’s position and its depreciated currency is not unique in the world; since 2014 Japan has also lost about 28% of the yen’s value against the dollar and its exports have fallen around 10% since.Click here to continue reading
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