International trade and economic growth in Mexico

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University of Texas at El Paso
Available from: 
September 2012
Paper author(s): 
Thomas M. Fullerton, Jr.
Joseph Kababie
Charles R. Boehmer
Topic: 
Globalization - Trade
Macroeconomics - Economic growth - Monetary Policy
Year: 
2012

This study empirically examines on the role of international trade on economic growth in Mexico. To allow for potentially dynamic, as well as endogenous, patterns often associated with exports, imports, and growth, the analysis relies upon time series approaches involving causality and vector error correction methods. Results indicate that imports play a more critical role than exports do for economic growth in Mexico. As such, the outcomes contribute to the growing body of international evidence regarding import led growth in the global economy.

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