ADAPTACIÓN DE LOS COMPONENTES DEL MODELO DE FINANCIACIÓN DE LA POLITICA REGIONAL EUROPEA AL ESTADO DE PUEBLA EN MÉXICO
Díaz-Puente, J. M.
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The European Union and Mexico designed different models to reduce the regional disparities. The generation of financing instruments for the application and management of resources is an important element of these models. The Mexican model is based on programs, funds and escrows; the European Union model uses the Structural Funds to channel funds to build infrastructures, train human capital and develop the productive sectors. This paper offers a comparative analysis of the components of both models. The Mexican model – using as indicator the differences in the levels of per capita income – partially contributes to the regional development; the European model fosters the convergence of the member states regions. The components of the European model – definition of the Objective areas, financial solidarity, cooperation, additionality, cofinancing, complementarity and coherence, association, monitoring and evaluation and the programming of management documents – has been adopted in order to improve the application and management of the financial resources in a region of the State of Puebla in Mexico. Keywords: Application and Management, Financial Resources, Regional Development, European Union, Mexico
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