North American Free Trade Agreement

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Who are the Global Competitors? Local Incentives and Competitive Conditions in Latin America, the Pacific Rim, and Europe

Paper presents a preliminary report on a project at the University of Texas which was then developing a comprehensive database on regional location incentives and relative regional competiveness.

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Globalization Processes and Local Economies

Paper seeks to address the issue of globalization processes from the perspective of local economies.

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Continental Drift: NAFTA and Its Aftershocks

Report finds that the passage of NAFTA caused lasting effect in low-wage economies in both the United States and Mexico.

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Globalization and the North American Free Trade Agreement: Implications for Employment and Training Policy

Paper seeks to expose the features of the general approach to employment and training in the U.S. and briefly discuss implications of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) for rural areas.

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Winners and Losers on the NAFTA “Fast Track”

Paper asserts that the most negatively affected economic sector that would be affected by the North American Free Trade Agreement will be rural, in both the United States and Mexico.

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NAFTA: An Assesment

Document summarizes the central provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and evaluates the economic impact of the agreement.

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Unprecedented Disparities, Unparalleled Adjustment Needs: Winners and Losers on the NAFTA ‘Fast Track’

This paper illustrates that the magnitude of disparities among proposed partners of NAFTA is greater than any disparities that have been associated with prior successful free trade experiences.