Economic development

Definition

It refers to the population’s well-being as a consequence of the implementation of public and private plans for increasing productivity and economic performance.

Variables

  • Economic Activity
    Percentage of the GDP in each state.
  • Type of Economic Activity
    The classification of economic activity in primary, secondary and tertiary sectors.
  • Fiscal Autonomy
    of taxed income and the corresponding tax received by the state.
  • Direct Foreign Investment
    The amount is calculated for each state.
  • Per capita GDP, 2003-2010
  • Industrial Parks
  • GDP Growth
    GDP was estimated using constant local currency (Mexican pesos) for 2003.
  • Consumer Price Index for Each zona metropolitana
    This index reflects the purchasing power in each zona metropolitana.
  • Number of Bank Branches per 1,000 Inhabitants
    The figure is estimated for zonas metropolitanas as banks tend to concentrate in them.
  • Number of Established Business
    Information disclosed by the Ministry of Economy shows this figure with reference to medium-size industries which are those that have between 31 and 100 employees.
  • Number of Credit Card Contracts for every 1,000 Inhabitants
  • Credit from the Fondo Nacional de la Vivienda para los Trabajadores (National Housing Fund for Workers) for Every 1,000 Inhabitants
    This information shows the number of workers that have been employed for at least more than one year, which is the time required to obtain a loan from that institution.
  • Economically Active Population
  • Development Bank Credits
    Credits are estimated for each zona metropolitana

Indicators