Minimum wage; Salaries; Inequality; Mexico; Latin America

Minimum Wages and Inequality in Mexico: A Latin American Perspective

Revista: 
43
Autores: 
Juan Carlos MORENO-BRID
Stefanie GARRY and Alice KROZER
Mexico’s minimum wage has experienced a persistent decline in real terms since the 1970s. At the same time the share of wages in national income has declined steadily, while inequality remains one of the most pressing socioeconomic challenges.
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