Free trade in the Americas economic and political issues for governments and firms

1. Potential for hemispheric regional cooperation -- 2. The political economy of development in Latin America -- 3. Structural partnering potential of the US economy -- 4. Economic integration in North America : implications for the Americas -- 5. What institutional design for North America? -- 6. T...

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Main Author: Rugman, Alan M.
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Other Authors: Boyd, Gavin, Weintraub, Sidney
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham, U.K Edward Elgar c2004
Series:New horizons in international business
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Collection: Edward Elgar eBooks Archive 1993-2015 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:1. Potential for hemispheric regional cooperation -- 2. The political economy of development in Latin America -- 3. Structural partnering potential of the US economy -- 4. Economic integration in North America : implications for the Americas -- 5. What institutional design for North America? -- 6. The future of MERCOSUR -- 7. The European experience of economic integration -- 8. Hemispheric monetary cooperation -- 9. Western hemisphere energy development : the continuing search for security -- 10. Hemispheric alliance capitalism and structural partnering -- 11. Developmental issues posed by the FTAA -- 12. The hemisphere in the international political economy
This book examines the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), an ambitious venture in regional market integration which builds on the principles of the North American Free Trade Agreement. It assesses the long-term corporate and public policy measures to cope with the increased monetary, fiscal and structural interdependence that will be required if the benefits of the FTAA are to be realized
Physical Description:xii, 294 p ill
ISBN:1843766671
9781845420666
9781843766674