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COTONIETO-MARTINEZ, Ernesto. Evolution of Social Security in México and its relation with the national socioeconomic context (1900-2020). JONNPR [online]. 2020, vol.5, n.7, pp.740-762.  Epub July 05, 2021. ISSN 2529-850X.

The social security is a fundamental right which all society members should have access because includes a set of benefits linked to economic and health stability and better quality of life, although it’s still a challenge to achieving universal health coverage. This article presents a review of socioeconomic conditions from Mexico associated to social security in various historical processes: Porfiriato, Mexican Revolution, Passive revolution, Protectionism, Neoliberalism and Lopezobradorismo. Political, financial and social aspects were identified in each of these and that were associated to the improvement or stagnation of social security. These findings reflect the importance of analyzing proactively about the socioeconomic variables to understanding the success or failure of public politics and their negative results for the population health.

Keywords : Social Security; History, 20th Century; Health Policy; Enacted Statutes; Health Economy.

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