Between 2013 and 2014, Mexico approved historically needed reforms to increase competition, strengthen financial markets, reduce energy costs, improve the quality of education, and make labor markets more flexible. Yet, all advances related to Mexico’s reforms have been diluted by major lapses in three areas directly related to rule of law issues: (1) corruption, (2) corporate ethics, and (3) government efficiency.
This infographic illustrates key facts about Mexico's southern Border States
Within 24 hours, Hurricane Patricia intensified into the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere. Damage from Hurricane Patricia is expected to be catastrophic but you can help those who are mobilizing to help the people of Mexico. Here are a few ways to donate.
The infamous “El Chapo” Guzman continues to evade capture. Mexico Institute Director Duncan Wood provides perspective on efforts to find the elusive drug lord.
Director Duncan Wood testifies before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs in the hearing "Ongoing Migration from Central America: An Examination of FY2015 Apprehensions." Watch video of the hearing.
Infographic | Competitive Border Communities: Mapping & Developing U.S.-Mexico Transborder IndustriesOct 01, 2015
This interactive map demonstrates the unique binational nature of the border- region economies between the US and Mexico and uses comparable data available on both sides of the border, employing a consistent approach to the length on the U.S.-Mexico border and allowing a comparative view of the unique strengths of each sub-region.
El Mexico Institute del Wilson Center, el Tec de Monterrey, Transparencia Mexicana y México Evalúa se complacen en anunciar la convocatoria para participar en el “Concurso de Ensayo: Propuesta Anti-Corrupción en el Sector Energético de México”.