Washington, DC : Institute for International Economics, 2005.
xvii, 517 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
1. Overview NAFTA in historical context Assessing NAFTA The bottom line References Appendix 1A. NAFTA and trade generation : review of the literature Appendix 1B. Trends in Mexican imports since 2000 2. Labor Facts about fears NAFTA's labor provisions Labor adjustment programs in North America Conclusion and recommendations References Appendix 2A 3. Environment NAFTA's environmental provisions Environmental policy trends in North America The US-Mexico border Conclusions and recommendations References Appendix 3A 4. Dispute settlement systems Chapter 11 Chapter 14 Chapter 19 Chapter 20 NAFTA and WTO dispute settlement mechanisms compared Outcome of dispute settlement cases Conclusion and recommendations References Appendix 4A 5. Agriculture Overview of agricultural trade in NAFTA US-Canada wheat dispute The sugar saga The corn saga Conclusions and recommendations References Appendix 5A 6. The automotive sector Policy in the auto sector North American auto trends Conclusion References Appendix 6A 7. Energy Energy policies in North America Medium-term energy outlook NAFTA and energy trade Recommendations References 8. Mexico-US migration Postwar migration policy The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 Mexican immigrants and current trends NAFTA and the migration hump Formal-sector jobs and migration Managing Mexico-US migration Conclusions and recommendations References 9. Recommendations for North American economic integration Post-September 11 challenges Upgrading NAFTA Deepening the trade bargain Going with the energy flow Controls on coming and going Where the buck stops Updating environment and labor provisions Strengthening NAFTA's institutions Conclusion References Acronyms Additional readings.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 499-501) and index.