What are the reasons behind Mexico’s low tax revenue?

March 2014 Woodrow Wilson Center Update on the Americas

In a new publication from the Wilson Center’s Latin American Program project on Taxation and Equality, Mexican scholar Carlos Elizondo of CIDE argues that, relative to the size of the Mexican economy, the government of Mexico takes in less tax revenue than any other member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Read the report at the Wilson Center.