Advances in Economics and Business Vol. 6(1), pp. 1 - 13
DOI: 10.13189/aeb.2018.060101
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The Competitiveness in the Function of Wages in Mexico

Jose Vargas-Hernandez 1,*, Gabriela Muratalla-Bautista 2, Martha Lizbeth Bautista Ramirez 1
1 University Center for Economic and Managerial Sciences, University of Guadalajara, Mexico
2 Department of Economic and Administrative Sciences of the Morelia Valley Institute, Technological National of Mexico, Mexico


This work aims to analyze the structure, characteristics and managerial performance in 32 federative entities of the Mexican Republic to determine its levels of competitiveness. It splits of a previous study realized inside which a model applies it to measure the managerial competitiveness. In the model, it takes the salary and the value as variables to measure the competitiveness. The results of the research confirm the hypothesis of which the competitiveness of the States can decide slant of the managerial structure, the productivity and therefore a higher wage advantage.

Managerial Structure, Mexico, Wages, Added Value

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Jose Vargas-Hernandez , Gabriela Muratalla-Bautista , Martha Lizbeth Bautista Ramirez . "The Competitiveness in the Function of Wages in Mexico." Advances in Economics and Business 6.1 (2018) 1 - 13. doi: 10.13189/aeb.2018.060101.