Federalism and COVID: Managing the health and economic crisis in the Mexican federation

As the world copes with COVID-19, federations are no exception. In a new series, practitioners and experts from around the world will share perspectives on how federalism has shaped their country’s pandemic response. The authors will also examine possible future implications of the crisis on the governance system.

In our thirteenth paper, Professor Laura Flamand,  describes the various responses from all level of government in Mexico to the COVID pandemic.