¿Cómo regular los casinos?: Una propuesta de política pública para mitigar los incentivos perversos de su legislación en México

While the legislation and the current regulatory framework for the Mexican casino industry remains unclear and ambivalent, perverse incentives will continue to generate market failures, corruption, and a suboptimal distribution of costs and benefi ts. It is imperative to solve this ineffi ciency in... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Pérez Esparza, Jesús David
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Centro de Estudios Sociales y de Opinión Pública, CESOP 2012
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Laburpena: While the legislation and the current regulatory framework for the Mexican casino industry remains unclear and ambivalent, perverse incentives will continue to generate market failures, corruption, and a suboptimal distribution of costs and benefi ts. It is imperative to solve this ineffi ciency in the light of two challenges for Mexico: a) to mitigate money laundering activities; and b) to substantially reduce corruption in the public sector due to its links with the insecurity crisis. Thus, it becomes essential to start a realistic regulatory reform for this industry, able to attend the existing market while eliminating the current costs for the prevailing ambivalence in this policy. To achieve this goal, this article presents: historical background, a diagnosis of the casino activities in Mexico and some steps that could help to design a more effi cient public policy in this area.