Homero Martinez is a Senior Economist at BBVA Research Mexico, where he specializes in Sectoral and Regional analysis.
He holds a PhD in Economics and a MSc in International Economics from the Paris Dauphine-PSL University, and has a double BA in Economics from Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León and the Toulouse 1 Capitole University.
Additionally, he has collaborated as an economic analyst for the French Prime Minister Office (France Strategie), and has worked at MSCI as a part of the Risk Metrics team. He has been a temporary lecturer of Macroeconomics and Time Series Econometrics, and as a researcher, he has worked on International Macroeconomics and Real Business Cycles.
Economic growth through 2023 will be modest and driven by services. A drop in the secondary sector (mainly via Manufacturing) is anticipated due to the slowdown in the economy. Tourist entities lead growth.
Economic growth in 2023 will be modest and driven by services. A drop in the secondary sector (mainly via Manufacturing) is anticipated due to the general slowdown of the economy. Industrial and tourist entities recover first.
Despite the gradual normalization of global trade, less expansionary fiscal policies, and efforts by central banks, inflation remains high. We might wonder if this persistence in inflation is a result of large corporations exercising market power.