North American economic integration : theory and practice

1. NAFTA in the global context -- 2. International integration : theory and practice -- 3. The global economy after World War II -- 4. The United States after World War II -- 5. Canada's economic development and integration -- 6. Mexico's economic development -- 7. North American economic...

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Main Author: Clement, Norris C.
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Northampton, Mass Edward Elgar Pub c1999
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520 |a 1. NAFTA in the global context -- 2. International integration : theory and practice -- 3. The global economy after World War II -- 4. The United States after World War II -- 5. Canada's economic development and integration -- 6. Mexico's economic development -- 7. North American economic integration : trial by fire -- 8. NAFTA and beyond 
520 |a This highly accessible book explains the theoretical, historical and political background of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), its impact and the debates surrounding its existence. In addition the authors provide a brief introduction to the theory of economic integration as well as a succinct overview of the evolution of the global economy, and the institutions that manage it, in the post World War II period