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The Stock Exchange, the State and Economic Development in Mexico, 1932-1976

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Article of journalMoreno-Lázaro, Javier. (Universidad de Valladolid, España). The Stock Exchange, the State and Economic Development in Mexico, 1932-1976.  / La Bolsa de Valores, el Estado y el desarrollo económico en México, 1932-1976 In  Trade, Migration and Capital Revista de Historia Económica. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 2015 vol. 33 no. 2 p. 321-350. Keywords:
Mexico
Economy, Companies, Industry
Bolsa; México; Mercado de capitales; Derechos de propiedad
20th century

Abstract:

In this article I examine the history of the Mexican Stock Exchange from the end of the Revolution until 1975, under the hypothesis that it did not carry out its pertinent functions in corporate financing but was rather an economic and political instrument of the government. Due to state intervention and the deficient definition of property rights, its functioning was completely anomalous except during this period. The article represents a first step in the study of the role of the stock exchange in Latin American corporatist economic models.

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