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North American economic and financial integration [electronic resource] / edited by Alan M. Rugman.

Contributor(s): Rugman, Alan M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Research in global strategic management: v. 10.Publisher: Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier/JAI, 2004Description: 1 online resource (xx, 358 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780080473611 (electronic bk.); 008047361X (electronic bk.); 9781849502603 (electronic bk.); 1849502609 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): North America -- Economic integration -- Congresses | United States -- Foreign economic relations -- Canada -- Congresses | Canada -- Foreign economic relations -- United States -- Congresses | Free trade -- North America | Canada. Treaties, etc. 1992 October 7 | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- General | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- Economics | Economische integratie | Monetaire samenwerking | Freihandelsabkommen | Wirtschaftliche Integration | Nordamerika | USA | North American economic integration | Financial integrationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: North American economic and financial integration.DDC classification: 337.71073 Other classification: 83.40 | QM 400 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Preface / Alan M. Rugman -- North American intra-regional trade and foreign direct investment / Alan M. Rugman -- Canada-U.S. economic integration following NAFTA / Steven Globerman, Paul Storer -- Regional vs. global financing strategies for U.S. MNE / Joseph P. Daniels, Walid Hejazi, Marc von der Ruhr -- Regional integration of U.S. border states with Canada : evidence from U.S. state exports / Larry Davidson -- Protecting Canada and the U.S. against terrorism : a common security perimeter? / Georges A. Tanguay, Marie-Christine Therrien -- Wal-Mart in Mexico / Syed Tariq Anwar -- Assessing the border : tests of the law of one price in Canada and the U.S. / Janet Ceglowski -- The impact of NAFTA on the integration of the Canadian, Mexican, and U.S. equity markets / Claire G. Gilmore, Ginette M. McManus -- A single currency for nafta? / Patrick M. Crowley -- North American integration and the single currency? / Martin Coiteux -- Canadian investment in the United States : a regional perspective / Prem Gandhi, Wayne Glass -- Canada-U.S. agricultural trade / Andrew Schmitz, Hartley Furtan -- The Canada-U.S. softwood lumber disputes / Harry Nelson, Ilan Vertinsky -- Trucking services under NAFTA / Christine Drennen -- Costs of the U.S.-Canada border / John C. Taylor, Douglas R. Robideaux, George C. Jackson -- A continental electricity industry / Paul S. Ciccantell -- Participation by civil society and non-governmental organizations in western hemisphere economic integration / Jonathan P. Doh, Barbara Kotschwar -- has NAFTA fulfilled its promise? / Bernard L. Weinstein.
Summary: This book contains selected papers first presented at the Canada-United States Business Conference held at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, on April 11-12, 2003. The set of 18 chapters in this book are grouped into three major sections. Part I deals with regional economic integration in North America, including papers on the strategies of multinational enterprises and exporting firms. In Part II, five chapters deal with financial integration in North America and the issues of a common currency.Finally, specific industry sectors and issues of public policy across the Canada-U.S. border are examined in Part III. They include: agriculture; softwood lumber; transportation; and electricity. The key issues of current interest and concern examined include: cross border trade and security - of particular importance in the post-9/11 environment; NAFTA at age ten; and the impact of the Free Trade of the Americas (FTAA) on NAFTA; and, the FTAA and civil society. The key policy areas discussed included regulation, labor mobility, productivity, and specific sectoral issues (energy, transportation, etc.). In addition to this examination of key research issues, authors also explore managerial and public policy implications of their findings.
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Selected conference papers.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

This book contains selected papers first presented at the Canada-United States Business Conference held at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, on April 11-12, 2003. The set of 18 chapters in this book are grouped into three major sections. Part I deals with regional economic integration in North America, including papers on the strategies of multinational enterprises and exporting firms. In Part II, five chapters deal with financial integration in North America and the issues of a common currency.Finally, specific industry sectors and issues of public policy across the Canada-U.S. border are examined in Part III. They include: agriculture; softwood lumber; transportation; and electricity. The key issues of current interest and concern examined include: cross border trade and security - of particular importance in the post-9/11 environment; NAFTA at age ten; and the impact of the Free Trade of the Americas (FTAA) on NAFTA; and, the FTAA and civil society. The key policy areas discussed included regulation, labor mobility, productivity, and specific sectoral issues (energy, transportation, etc.). In addition to this examination of key research issues, authors also explore managerial and public policy implications of their findings.

Preface / Alan M. Rugman -- North American intra-regional trade and foreign direct investment / Alan M. Rugman -- Canada-U.S. economic integration following NAFTA / Steven Globerman, Paul Storer -- Regional vs. global financing strategies for U.S. MNE / Joseph P. Daniels, Walid Hejazi, Marc von der Ruhr -- Regional integration of U.S. border states with Canada : evidence from U.S. state exports / Larry Davidson -- Protecting Canada and the U.S. against terrorism : a common security perimeter? / Georges A. Tanguay, Marie-Christine Therrien -- Wal-Mart in Mexico / Syed Tariq Anwar -- Assessing the border : tests of the law of one price in Canada and the U.S. / Janet Ceglowski -- The impact of NAFTA on the integration of the Canadian, Mexican, and U.S. equity markets / Claire G. Gilmore, Ginette M. McManus -- A single currency for nafta? / Patrick M. Crowley -- North American integration and the single currency? / Martin Coiteux -- Canadian investment in the United States : a regional perspective / Prem Gandhi, Wayne Glass -- Canada-U.S. agricultural trade / Andrew Schmitz, Hartley Furtan -- The Canada-U.S. softwood lumber disputes / Harry Nelson, Ilan Vertinsky -- Trucking services under NAFTA / Christine Drennen -- Costs of the U.S.-Canada border / John C. Taylor, Douglas R. Robideaux, George C. Jackson -- A continental electricity industry / Paul S. Ciccantell -- Participation by civil society and non-governmental organizations in western hemisphere economic integration / Jonathan P. Doh, Barbara Kotschwar -- has NAFTA fulfilled its promise? / Bernard L. Weinstein.

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