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Internet Usage and Economic Growth: The Case of Mexico

Yu Hsing, Yun-Chen Morgan, Antoinette S. Phillips, Carl Phillips
Quantitative Economics and Management Studies , Volume 1, pp 383-389; doi:10.35877/454ri.qems224

Abstract: This paper finds that more internet users as a percentage of total population promote economic growth in Mexico and that the impact exhibited a nonlinear relation and was greater in the initial stage of Internet adoption. In addition, less government budget deficit as a percent of GDP, a higher real stock price, real peso appreciation, a higher real crude oil price or a lower expected inflation rate would enhance economic growth.
Keywords: GDP / nonlinear / Mexico / deficit / Internet / price / crude / economic growth / Usage / peso

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