A New Vision for Mexico 2042: Achieving Prosperity for All
Mexico is at a critical juncture. The next administration will assume power at a particularly crucial time in Mexico's economic...
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- Author Claudio Loser
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Mexico is at a critical juncture. The next administration will assume power at a particularly crucial time in Mexico's economic and social development. Its priorities and actions will have a decisive impact on the country's long-term economic, social, and, perhaps even, political trajectory. If the political paralysis that has prevented the last two administrations from tackling Mexico's fundamental economic problems continues for another six years, the country may slide from its current low-growth equilibrium into a vicious cycle of economic stagnation, and subsequently dash the peoples' hopes, further erode the government's credibility, and worsen the law and order situation.
About the Author
Claudio M. Loser is CEO and President of Centennial Latin America, and is Advisor for the Emerging Markets Forum. Loser is also a Senior Fellow at the Inter-American Dialogue. Since 2005 he has been an adjunct professor of Economics (Latin American Economic Development) at George Washington University, and has lectured at the Foreign Service Institute of the US Department of State. For thirty years and until November 2002, he was a staff member of the International Monetary Fund. During the last eight years of his tenure he was Director of the Western Hemisphere Department at the IMF. He graduated from the University of Cuyo in Argentina and received his MA and PhD from the University of Chicago. Loser has published extensively, including the book Enemigos together with the Argentine journalist Ernesto Tenenbaum, where they discuss the relations of the IMF and Argentina in the 1990s. He also is co-editor of “Latin America 2040—Breaking Away from Complacency: An Agenda for Resurgence” (2010).
José Fajgenbaum is the Director of Centennial Group, Latin America. He co-authored “The New Resilience of Emerging Countries: Weathering the Recent Crisis in the Global Economy” and has cooperated extensively with the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Previously, he served at the International Monetary Fund for some 30 years, progressing from economist to Deputy Director in three departments: African, European, and Western Hemisphere. Key roles included leading missions to countries, such as Brazil, Israel, Peru, Russia, and South Africa. Before joining the IMF, he served as an economist/lecturer in the Economic Development Institute of the World Bank, and as a professor in the Economics Department of the National University of Cuyo. He completed studies for PhD in economics at the University of Chicago, 1979, and obtained the degree of Licenciado en Economia from the National University of Cuyo, Argentina, 1972.
Harinder S. Kohli is the Founding Director and Chief Executive of Emerging Markets Forum as well as President and CEO of Centennial Group International, both based in Washington, D.C. He is the Editor of Global Journal of Emerging Markets Economies, and serves as Vice Chairman of the institution-wide Advisory Group of Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand). Prior to starting his current ventures, he served some 25 years in various senior managerial positions at the World Bank. He has written extensively on the emergence of Asia and other emerging market economies, financial development, private capital flows, and infrastructure. He is co-editor of “India 2039: An Affluent Society in One Generation” (2010), “Latin America 2040—Breaking Away from Complacency: An Agenda for Resurgence” (2010), “A Resilient Asia amidst Global Financial Crisis” (2010), “Islamic Finance” (2011), and “Asia 2050—Realizing the Asian Century” (2011).