Fatemi's edited volume is a refreshing contribution to the already voluminous literature on US-Mexican economic relation. . . . This list is broad enough to provide an introduction to US-Mexican economic relations for the novice reader, while US-Mexico specialists will benefit from the analysis of current data and new perspectives on familiar issues. In short, a valuable addition to both academic and public library collections. Choice
This volume examines the major issues facing the United States and Mexico as the two countries atempt to forge mutually acceptable economic relations. As Fatemi notes in his introduction, a great deal of interdependencyan 'invisible integration'does exist between the United States and Mexico. He adds that these relations are destined to expand in coming years, thus necessitating the satisfaction of economic, social, and political needs of each partner. These essays initiate this process via a balanced articulation of the diverse issues involved.
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About the Author
KHOSROW FATEMI is Professor of Business at Laredo State University and Editor of The International Trade Journal.
Table of Contents
External Debt Issues
Cross-Border Relations: From Immigration to Drugs
Production Sharing/Maquiladoras: Mutually Beneficial or Exploitation
Transfer of Technology: Potentials and Problems
Energy: Common Objectives and Common Problems