Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad

For The Budget And Spending Transparency Indices

Overview
The Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad (IMCO) is a nonpartisan think tank specializing in policy analysis and evidence-based advocacy to improve Mexico’s institutional framework for economic growth. It also seeks to advance government transparency and accountability. With this grant, IMCO will continue to produce competitiveness and transparency indices at the national and subnational levels with a focus on budgetary and spending information.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.imco.org.mx 
Address
Musset No. 32Col. Polanco
Mexico City, 11560 Mexico
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for general operating support  
The Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad (IMCO) is a nonpartisan think tank specializing in policy analysis and evidence-based advocacy to improve Mexico’s institutional framework for economic growth and accountable governance. IMCO will continue to monitor government effectiveness through policy research and monitoring with an increased focus on state and municipal governments.
for the budget and spending transparency indices  
The Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad (IMCO) is a nonpartisan think tank specializing in policy analysis and evidence-based advocacy to improve Mexico’s institutional framework for economic growth. It also seeks to advance government transparency and accountability. With this grant, IMCO will continue to produce competitiveness and transparency indices at the national and subnational levels with a focus on budgetary and spending information.
for the budget and spending transparency indices  
The Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad (IMCO) is a nonpartisan think tank specializing in policy analysis and evidence-based advocacy to improve Mexico’s institutional framework for economic growth. It also seeks to advance government transparency and accountability. With this grant, IMCO will continue to produce competitiveness and budgetary information indices at the national and subnational levels, including a new index on public spending.

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