Economy and The Environment

Conceptual framework

The analysis of economic indicators and the environment is more traditional. Given the impact of human interaction on the economy and on our planet, economic development cannot be had in a degraded environment that harms the quality of life of this and the following generations. The teachings of the Covid-19 Pandemic will be fundamental in our treatment of climate change, even beyond what was already happening. Such changes will most certainly lead to the generation of information not previously seen.


However, the all-familiar topics in economic matters, such as Economic Performance, Usage, Economic Competition, Investment, Inflation, Prices, Financial Sector, Public Finance and International Trade, are still being addressed. Although most of the Vital Signs are macroeconomic in nature, they do not stop studying highly relevant microeconomic elements, above all the market analysis, such as the energy market. This sector is particularly important for its close relationship with the environment and for its weight on public finances, both for the component of spending as well as income.

Likewise, the study of Public Finance is addressed for its macroeconomic implications, for its impact on relative prices and for its consequences on public indebtedness. Macro-balances tell us about the health of Public Finances, but they do not necessarily represent a measure of well-being. The really complex thing is to generate balance and rapid growth and well-being.


Regularly, macroeconomic indicators are used to express the reality of a country, but this does not make it possible to perceive its structural problems. From the exhaustive analysis of the data, we intend to generate red flags that allow us to notice structural economic weaknesses in order to point out the probable risks that the Mexican economy faces, its strengths, as well as to elucidate (without proposing) the opportunities that can be generated.