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Author: Sidney Weintraub,Christopher Sands
ISBN: 0892063378
Language: English
Pages: 280 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: Center for Strategic & International Studies (November 24, 1998)
Rating: 4.8
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Mexican Trade Policy and the North American Community. Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and International Studies. Austin, Texas: Center for Mexican American Studies, University of Texas at Austin. Washington, DC: CSIS Press. The Dynamics of Mexican Emigration. Significant Issues Series v. XX . Washington: CSIS Press, 1998. CSIS Policy Papers on the Americas series, v. XII . Washington: CSIS Americas Program, 2001). Latin America: From the Summit to the Other Side of the Mountain CSIS Canada Focus, v. 2, issue 2 (Washington: CSIS Americas Program) March 2001. Christopher Sands – curriculum vita.

Series: Csis Significant Issues Series (Book 19). Paperback: 105 pages. Free Trade in the Americas: Economic and Political Issues for Governments and Firms. Dean Rusk Professor Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs Sidney Weintraub.

By christopher sands . It offers the first book-length treatment of the power of the nation’s largest industry. and fuel economy under federal mandates in the 1970s; the industry’s resurgence of influence in the 1980s; and the mixed pattern of influence in the 1990s. The analysis seeks to uncover factors that enhance corporate political influence, and those that constrain corporate power, allowing for public interest forces to be successful.

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Even before NAFTA took effect, the automotive industry in North America was the largest component of trade among the United States, Canada, and Mexico as well as each country's largest source of manufacturing employment. The success of NAFTA and continental economic integration will depend in part on whether the agreement can foster greater competitiveness in this deeply integrated sector. This book marks the first serious attempt to gauge the performance of the auto industry under NAFTA not only by country but in North America as a whole. In addition to country-specific assessments of the agreement's effects on auto production, several chapters take the more comprehensive North American perspective, including the effect of environmental regulation on the industry. The analysis uses data not widely available to model NAFTA's economic impact and draw out the implications for policymakers, investors, and others interested in the future of the North American economy.