Introduction and theoretical framework Visions of free trade Institutions, politics, and the making of regional markets The evolution of law and society in the EU, Mercosur, and NAFTA The use of regional law to standardize reality The targets and content of regional law Societal adjustments to integration Conclusion Reflections on the present and future.
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Print version: Duina, Francesco G. Social construction of free trade : the European Union, NAFTA, and Mercosur. Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press,  xv, 249 pages ; 25 cm.