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Guillermo Jr. Cárdenas Salgado
Guillermo Jr. Cárdenas Salgado
Senior Economist
Mexico

Guillermo Jr. Cárdenas Salgado holds a degree in Economics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and a master's degree in Economics from the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE).

He is Senior Economist in Mexico. He is specialist in the analysis of inclusion and financial education, poverty, inequality, vulnerable groups and social policy; and in evaluations of design, operation, results and impact.

Previously, he worked at the Rural Financial Development Agency (Financiera Nacional de Desarrollo Agropecuario, Rural, Forestal y Pesquero), and has experience in evaluating different government Programs and Institutions such as: Opportunities, LICONSA, DICONSA and Public Assistance Forecasts, among others.

Latest publications

Next Monday, March 9, a national strike called “A day without us (women)” will take place. The economic impact is estimated to reach 34,571 million pesos: 23,200 million pesos in paid economic activities and 11,371 million pesos for unpaid work in domestic and care activities.
The infographic contains information on the countries of South America, where it is highlighted that, in 2018, the region received 18.5 billion USD on remittances and, in 2017, there were 12.0 million emigrants.
At almost 50 years from the first of the Christmas bonus mandatory in Mexico, the note gives recommendations for using it, and safety and self-control tips for the financial health of workers in Mexico who receives this bonus.