Human Development Report Mexico 2002

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Mexico

Mexico's first NHDR is aimed at analyzing human development in the coutry, introducing the UNDP HD framework developed at the global level since 1990. The Report describes the human development concept and defines a way of measuring it through data disaggregated by state and based on international methodological standards. Then the Report analyses the evolution of development inequalities in their multiple dimensions over the second half of the XXth Century.

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Principal Contributors: Thierry Lemaresquier (UNDP)Luis Felipe López Calva - Technical Coordinator (Instituto de Políticas Públicas y Estudio del Desarrollo, Universidad de las Américas, Puebla)Rodolfo de la Torre García - Technical Coordinator (Instituto de Investigaciones sobre Desarrollo Sustentable y Equidad Social, Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de México)Roberto Vélez Grajales - Sub-coordinator
Human Development (General)