Economic integration in NAFTA and the EU deficient institutionality / edited by Kirsten Appendini and Sven Bislev

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Subjects: United States--Economic policy--1993---Congresses
Canada--Economic policy--1991---Congresses
Mexico--Economic policy--1994---Congresses
European Union countries--Economic policy--Congresses
North America--Economic integration--Congresses
Europe--Economic integration--Congresses
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Formats: Electronic Resource, Remote
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: New York : St. Martinʼs Press, 1999
LC Classification: H, HC
Table of Contents: Preface
List of Abbreviations
Notes on the Contributors
1. Introduction / Sven Bislev 1
Pt. I. Economic Institutions and Internationalization
2. Institutions, Power Relations and Unequal Integration in the Americas: NAFTA as Deficient Institutionality / Ricardo Grinspun, Robert Kreklewich 17
3. Free Trade and Local Institutions: The Case of Mexican Peasants / Raul Garcia-Barrios 34
4. NAFTA, the EU and Deficient Global Institutionality / Morten Ougaard 51
Pt. II. Economic Integration and Societal Institutions
5. Economic Integration and the Construction of the Efficient Peasant / Hans Krause Hansen, Kirsten Appendini 69
6. Labour and Economic Integration: The Case of the Electronics Sector in Mexico / Bodil Damgaard 89
7. Environmental Cooperation before and after NAFTA / Blanca Torres 106
8. Constructing Europe: The Role of Social Solidarity / Sven Bislev, Dorte Salskov-Iversen 124
9. The Europeanization of Politics in the Southern Members of the EU / Susana Borras-Alomar 142
Pt. III. Unbalanced Integration in America
10. Regionalism: The Case of North America / Edme Dominguez Reyes 161
11. The Challenges of Regionalism: Unbalanced Integration in the Americas / Pekka Valtonen 178
12. Commercial Agreements between Unequal Partners: Does NAFTA Deal with these Inequalities? / Maria Elena Cardero 193
13. Successful Integration and Economic Distress: The New Dual Economy - the Case of Mexico in NAFTA / Sima Motamen-Samadian, Etelberto Ortiz Cruz 209
Index 227
Alternate Titles: Issued in other form: Original (DLC) 98038453 (OCoLC)39654808
Additional Authors: Appendini, Kirsten A. de
Bislev, Sven
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Notes: Invalid LCCN: 98038453
ISBN: 0585028117 (electronic bk.)
ISBN: 0312218648
Papers presented at a workshop held in March 1997 near Copenhagen
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents: Institutions, power relations and unequal integration in the Americas: NAFTA as deficient institutionality / Ricardo Grinspun and Robert Kreklewich -- Free trade and local institutions: the case of Mexican peasants / Raúl Garcia-Barrios -- NAFTA, the EU and deficient global institutionality / Morten Ougaard -- Economic integration and the construction of the efficient peasant / Hans Krause Hansen and Kirsten Appendini -- Labour and economic integration: the case of the electronics sector in Mexico / Bodil Damgaard -- Environmental cooperation before and after NAFTA / Blanca Torres -- Constructing Europe: the role of social solidarity / Sven Bislev and Dorte Salskov-Iversen -- The Europeanization of politics in the southern members of the EU / Susana Borrás-Alomar -- Regionalism: the case of North America / Edmé Domínguez Reyes -- The challenges of regionalism: unbalanced integration in the Americas / Pekka Valtonen -- Commercial agreements between unequal partners: does NAFTA deal with these inequalities? / Marie Elena Cardero -- Successful integration and economic distress: the new dual economy - the case of Mexico in NAFTA / Sima Motamen-Samadian and Etelberto Ortiz Cruz
Reproduction notes: Electronic reproduction. Boulder, Colo. : NetLibrary, 1999. Available via the World Wide Web. Available in multiple electronic file formats. Access may be limited to NetLibrary affiliated libraries
Physical Description: xii, 237 p. ; 22 cm
OCLC Number: 42922360
ISBN/ISSN: 0585028117

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