1st Edition

Toward A North American Common Market
Problems And Prospects For A New Economic Community

ISBN 9780367214753
Published September 30, 2020 by Routledge
138 Pages

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Book Description

 This is an examination of both the advantages and the problems posed by the notion of a North American economic union. Scholars and government representatives from the United States, Canada and Mexico exchange views and explore not just the economic implications but also the likely social and political consequences of economic integration. A varie

Table of Contents

Preface -- Introduction -- Canada, the United States, and Mexico: An Advocacy Case for a North American Community -- Global Markets in International Trade -- The European Community, EFTA, and the New Europe -- The Realities of a North American Economic Alliance -- Assessing the Prospects for North American Economic Integration -- Participants

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Dr. Charles F. Bonser first joined the faculty of the Indiana University School of Business in 1961 as a lecturer. From May 2000 until 2012, Bonser served as chairman of the newly organized Transatlantic Policy Consortium, an association of over 30 U.S. and European Union University and government training programs focusing on public policy and public administration. The purpose of the consortium is to develop and facilitate cooperative education and research programs between participating European and American schools, institutes, and research centers