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If income differences among regional economies are not reduced, then policies directed to promote regional growth will have reduced impact.

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Our findings show that regional economies should evolve in a homogeneous way to improve the well-being of the population.

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I hope that this article increases the concern on income inequality as one of the main problems that economies face in their processes of growth. Also, I consider that this article will stimulate other works on this subject because the database used here allows creating other works.

Dr. Vicente German-Soto
Autonomous University of Coahuila

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This page is a summary of: Club convergence and inter-regional inequality in Mexico, 1940-2015, Applied Economics, September 2019, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2019.1659491.
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