1. Articles, in Spanish or in English, should be submitted by e-mail to ecomex@cide.edu, sending the original source file preferably in Microsoft Word; pdf format can also be accepted. If the file is sent in pdf, the authorship should be identified only on a removable cover page, to ensure that the process of peer review is anonymous. Please also state in a cover letter that the article has not been previously published and has not been simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere, neither in English nor in any other language.

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    7. Once the article is accepted in its final version and after it has completed the editorial process, proofs will be sent to the autor for revision. economía mexicana NUEVA ÉPOCA will only accept the correction of misprints and errors or omissions that may emanate from the edition process. Suppressions, substitutions or additions that greatly alter the formation of the article will not be accepted. The author will have a maximum of 7 natural days to complete the revision.

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    10. All references to published material and statistical sources must be presented in alphabetical order by the author. Please observe that it is necessary to distinguish among the different source types, such as article in a scientific journal, working document, internet publication, book chapter or book. Each type of bibliographic reference should be written as shown below:

Dhawan, R. (2001), “Firm size and Productivity Differential: Theory and Evidence from a Panel of US firms”, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 44, pp. 269-293.

Mungaray, A. y M. Ramírez (2007), “Capital humano y productividad en microempresas”, Investigación Económica, lxvi (260), abril-junio, pp. 81-115.

Amuedo-Dorantes, C., T. Sainz y S. Pozo (2007), “Remittances and Healthcare Expenditure Patterns of Populations in Origin Communities: Evidence from Mexico” Inter-American Development Bank, intal–itd, Working Paper 25.

Álvarez, J. de J., V. García Moreno y H. A. Patrinos (2006), Institutional Effects as Determinants of Learning Outcomes: Exploring State Varia­tions in Mexico, Washington, D. C., Banco Mundial, mimeo.

Bridgeman, J. (1999), “Merger Efficiency – Fact or Fiction?”, speech given at Keele University, February 3rd, (http://www.oft.gov.uk/html/rsearch/sp-arch/spe5-99.htm).

INEGI (2005a), Síntesis metodológica de la Encuesta nacional de ingresos y gastos de los hogares (enigh 2004), Internet:http://www.inegi.org.mx/est/contenidos/espanol/metodologias/encuestas/

Palacio, J. I. (2002), “Política industrial activa para microempresas en el funcionamiento de los mercados: Una perspectiva española”, en A. Mungaray, J. I. Palacio y C. Ruiz Durán (coords.), Potencial de la vinculación universitaria para una política microempresarial: Una perspectiva española, México, M. A. Porrúa-uabc-uclm.

Röller, L.H., J. Stennek and F. Verboven (2006), “Efficiency Gains From Merger”, in F. Ilzkovitz and R. Meiklejohn (eds.), European Merger Control: Do We Need an Efficiency Defence?, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Latapí, P. y M. Ulloa (2000), El financiamiento de la educación básica en el marco del federalismo, México, Fondo de Cultura Económica.

Auerbach, A. J. y L. J. Kotlikoff (1987), Dynamic Fiscal Policy, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

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