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Higher Education Policies and Employment in Mexico

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ABSTRACT

The paper shows the situation on higher education and employment policies in Mexico based on the opinion of key persons related to the issue. Scholars, government officers and entrepreneurs participated with their opinions in a survey designed for collecting information. It is very important to know not only from the society but also from the specific policy makers that what is going vs official version in order to get some more objective information about this interesting topic. In conclusion, Mexico’s higher education policies must provide a strategic vision based on the development of a coordinated industrial policy. It is imperative to improve the balance between supply and demand for professionals, whose studies are based on policies designed to improve Mexico’s productive structure and its integration into the international economy.

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Rangel, E. and Ivanova, A. (2014) Higher Education Policies and Employment in Mexico. Modern Economy, 5, 821-830. doi: 10.4236/me.2014.57075.

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