Border effects within the NAFTA countries
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6-Month Changes aggregate CPI border cities border dummies Border Towns Sample CA-CA CA-MX city pairs column CPI data dummy variable effect in U.S.-Mexican effect on relative Engel and Rogers errors on log exchange rate variability Federal Reserve System Finance Discussion Papers full sample period homogenous within countries International Finance Discussion Intra-national Juarez labor markets large border effect Leche Log Distance log relative price manufacturing wages Matamoros Mexicali Mexico Monthly mujer MX-MX NAFTA COUNTRIES nino nominal exchange rate Number Odd months Pacto post-crisis NAFTA price indexes prices and nominal purchasing power parity real border effect real exchange rate Regression Results relative price variability relative price volatility relative wage sample of cities San Diego Specification stable peso period standard deviation standard errors sticky prices sub-period Summary Statistics Table 3A Tijuana two-month change U.S. and Canada U.S. and Mexican U.S. dollars U.S.-Mexican prices U.S.-Mexican relative prices U.S.-Mexico border US-CA US-MX US-US wage data