Ideología partidista y recaudación en los estados mexicanos

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https://doi.org/10.24201/es.2024v42.e2573

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ideología, izquierda, derecha, recaudación

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Los gobiernos estatales en México presentan variaciones importantes en los ingresos fiscales. De acuerdo con los estudios previos, algunos factores económicos y sociales explican estas diferencias. El objetivo de esta investigación es determinar si la ideología de los gobiernos tiene un impacto sobre la recaudación en cuatro rubros: ingresos propios totales, impuestos, impuesto sobre nómina y derechos. La hipótesis plantea que los gobiernos de izquierda tendrán una mayor recaudación que los de derecha. Por medio de un análisis cuantitativo con datos de los 31 estados en el periodo 1998-2020, se muestra el efecto esperado en la recaudación del impuesto sobre nómina.

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José Said Sánchez Martínez, El Colegio de Jalisco

Profesor investigador en El Colegio de Jalisco. Doctor en Ciencia Social por El Colegio de México. Miembro del snii nivel I. Líneas de investigación: economía política subnacional, relación Ejecutivo-Legislativo, y federalismo fiscal.

 

Publicaciones más recientes:

  1. Sánchez, José (2023a). ¿Importa la ideología? Un análisis del gasto público en los

estados mexicanos. Política y gobierno, 30(1), 1-27.

  1. Sánchez, José (2023b). El pago de la deuda pública en los estados. Un análisis de sus efectos sobre el gasto público en México. Zapopan: El Colegio de Jalisco.

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Sánchez Martínez, J. S. (2024). Ideología partidista y recaudación en los estados mexicanos. Estudios Sociológicos De El Colegio De México, 42, 1–20. https://doi.org/10.24201/es.2024v42.e2573
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