Challenges in the Economic and Sociodemographic Transition of Mexico and Vietnam

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Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
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August 2016
Paper author(s): 
Lukasz Czarnecki
Demographic Economics - Migration
Macroeconomics - Economic growth - Monetary Policy

What are the impacts of neoliberalism on the political and sociodemographic transition taking place in Mexico and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, taking into account the similarities and differences between the two countries? The transformation of the State and society in Mexico and Vietnam took off when the countries began to implement neoliberal policies in the 1980s, the modus operandi being a reduced role for the State and a weaker relationship with the economy in both countries. Neoliberalism has also had an impact on the social sphere, evident in an analysis of the demographic transition, creating sociodemographic gaps between population groups, as well as in the realm of education and labor, and even more so for the indigenous population.


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