Full title: Mexico beyond Nafta : perspectives for the European debate / edited by Martin Puchet Anyul and Lionello F. Punzo.
Author/creator: Puchet, M. (Martin), Punzo, Lionello F.
Record Identifier: 74VK3yP0GZZl
Contents: 1 online resource (321 p.), , , , Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of tables; List of figures; Acknowledgments; Preface; Notes on contributors; Paths to convergence and monetary union(s); Currency boards and monetary unions: The road ahead or a cul de sac for Mexico's exchange rate policy? DAVID IBARRA AND JUAN CARLOS MORENO-BRID; Is a convergence path of monetary policies possible under the North American Free Trade Agreement? LUIS MIGUEL GALINDO AND HORACIO CATALN; Comments FRANCESCO FARINA; Mexico's foreign sector, the exchange rate, trade and productive structures, The external relationship of the Mexican economy with the United States, and its implications beyond trade MARA ELENA CARDEROExchange rate and competitiveness PABLO RUIZ-NPOLES; Vertical integration and comparative advantages FIDEL AROCHE REYES; Comments BODO HILGERS AND JRGEN MECKL; Sectorial performance in manufacturing, industrial organization and the innovation system during the trade liberalization process; Integration and polarization: Mexico's economy since 1988 ENRIQUE DUSSEL PETERS, Liberalization policies and Mexico's competitiveness: Are technological capabilities upgraded or downgraded? MARIO CIMOLITrade integration and sectorial productivity FLOR BROWN AND LILIA DOMNGUEZ; Comments: International openness, dualism and growth JEAN-LUC GAFFARD AND MICHEL QUR; Regional divergence and structural policies; Structural divergence and the dynamics of dualism: Lessons from Mexico before and after NAFTA MARTN PUCHET ANYUL AND LIONELLO F. PUNZO; Regional policies in the North American and European integration agreements SRAH MARTNEZ PELLGRINI; 11, Comments OLIVER FABEL AND BODO HILGERSIndex
Publishers: London ; New York : Routledge, 2001.
Routledge studies in development economics ; 21
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
DDC: 332.4/972 337.17 382.917
MMS ID: 991023911123302626