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This paper compares the economic inequality between the northern and southern halves of Mexico and India. By chronicling the histories of both nations, this paper explores the various political, social, and economic factors that have contributed to the disparities between these regions. The paper begins with a discussion of Mexico's colonial past and how this has translated into present-day policies and practices that perpetuate inequality. It then explores the Indian context, where it similarly analyzes the country's political and economic policies that have contributed to inequality between the north and south. It similarly analyzes how the country's political and economic policies have contributed to inequality between the northern and southern regions. Ultimately, the paper provides insights to contextualize the nature of economic inequality and offers possibilities to remedy the inequality.
Suraparaju, Mihir, "Exploring Historical and Contemporary Factors Contributing to Economic Disparities in Mexico and India" (2023). Senior Theses. 1667.
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