xxviii, 253 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Routledge studies in the modern world economy ; 73.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction / Supachai Panitchpakdi The past twenty years of trade policy: what have we learned so far and what are the lessons for Latin America? / Michael Hart New trade strategies in the Americas / Sherry M. Stephenson The FTAA-WTO divide: the political economy of low ambition / Mário A. Marconini Trade liberalization as a moral imperative / Richard Fisher Regionalism in North America: NAFTA and the Mexican case / Víctor López Villafañe and Mariana Rangel Padilla Central America in a free trade area for the Americas / Alberto Trejos MERCOSUR and the US: no finishing date / Felipe Frydman The Caribbean Community: integration among small states / Anneke Jessen Trends in Latin American integration: an overview / Osvaldo Rosales, José E. Durán Lima and Sebastián Sáez Does the FTAA have a future? / Jeffrey J. Schott Competing for the US import market: NAFTA and non-NAFTA countries / Jorge Chami Batista Beyond FTAs: deepening North American integration / Wendy Dobson Interactions of regional and global trade agreements / Sylvia Ostry Interactions between regional and global trade agreements / Gary Clyde Hufbauer Cleaning up the spaghetti bowl / John M. Curtis Isolation, intervention, and exchange rights: principles in trade theory / Earl L. Grinols Afterword / Joseph A. McKinney and H. Stephen Gardner.
Bringing together contributions from recognised experts in trade policy, this text discusses and evaluates economic integration in the Western Hemisphere and the alternative trade strategies being pursued in this area.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
KDZ735 .E36 2008
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