This book addresses the key issues of economic interdependence between Mexico and the United States, including problems of capital flow and foreign dependence, the role of trade, the impact of economic fluctuations and macro policies on Mexico's economic development, and labor migration.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Finance 1. Investment and Debt 2. Mexico's Foreign Financing Part 2: Trade and Industry 3. Trade and Structural Change Part 3: Fluctuations and Growth 4. Economic Fluctuations in Mexico and the United States 5. The Crisis and Thereafter: Macroeconomic Policy Problems in Mexico Part 4: Labor Markets 6. Mexican Migration to the United States: De Facto Rules 7. Mexican Immigrants: The Labor Market Issue Part 5: General Assessment 8. Mexico's Integration into the World Economy 9. Changing Strategies