NAFTA in Transition

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Stephen J. Randall, Herman W. Konrad
University of Calgary Press, 1995 - Business & Economics - 430 pages
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NAFTA in Transition provides a comprehensive analysis of the economic, social, cultural, and political dimensions of the evolving trilateral relationship among the three countries of North America. Contributors address such topics as energy, the environment, trade, labour, the maquiladora industrial sector of Mexico, the Mexican auto industry, and Canada - U.S. cultural relations.

While other publications have focused on U.S. issues, this one emphasizes Canada and Mexico, yet adds significantly to our understanding of the place of the United States in this evolving trilateral relationship.

With Contributions By:

Robyn Adamache

Diana Alarcon Gonzalez

Miguel Basanez

Bradly Condon

Claudia Culos

Gustavo del Castillo Vera

Michel Duquette

Paul Ganster

James Gerber

Maria Teresa Gutierrez Haces

Colin Hoskins

Ronald Inglehart

William Kerr

Herman Konrad

Victor Konrad

Pedro Marquez Perez

Stuart McFayden

Robert McRae

Neil Nevitte

Gerado Otero

Stephen Randall

Alan Sweedler

Dixon Thompson

John Herd Thompson

Morton Weinfeld

Dorothy Zolf


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I Historical Context and the Politics of Emerging Trilateralism
II Economic Perspectives on Free Trade
III Borderlands Industry Labour and Immigration
IV Energy and the Environment
V Public Policy and Culture
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About the author (1995)

Stephen J. Randall is Director of the Institute for United Policy Research at the University of Calgary.

The late Herman W. Konrad was Professor of Anthropology and Latin American History at the University of Calgary.

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