Hacia la modernización de la política presupuestaria en México. Los impuestos exteriores e interiores, 1870-1930

July 2007
Signos Históricos;jul-dic2007, Issue 18, p58
Academic Journal
In this paper, I analyze tax revenues at the federal level between 1870 and 1930. Above all, I focus on the changes (under the public finance reforms of Matías Romero and Alberto J. Pani) in the tax structure and the different trends in both internal and external taxes at the time. Further, I show the importance of exports for federal revenues and how the development of the Mexican economy depended on export taxes.


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