The Enterprise For The Americas Initiative: Issues And Prospects For A Free Trade Agreement In The…

Hardcover | September 1, 1993

EditorRoy E. Green

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This collection of orchestrated analyses develops an "issues and process framework" for assessing the Enterprise for the Americas Initiative to develop freer trade within the Western Hemisphere. This volume comes at a time of transition in U.S. domestic politics and global trade negotiations. Anticipating the critical choices to be faced by the Clinton administration, as well as other public and private sector leaders here and abroad, the analyses in the volume, written by a team of leading international trade and economic development specialists, will provide the reader with insights into the complex political, economic, social, and, to some extent, technical character of efforts to expand regional and world trade.

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This collection of orchestrated analyses develops an "issues and process framework" for assessing the Enterprise for the Americas Initiative to develop freer trade within the Western Hemisphere. This volume comes at a time of transition in U.S. domestic politics and global trade negotiations. Anticipating the critical choices to be fac...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 9.12 × 6.26 × 0.85 inPublished:September 1, 1993Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:027594266X

ISBN - 13:9780275942663

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.,."the excellent essays in this volume make a significant contribution to our understanding of the EAI. Perhaps because of the attention focused on NAFTA the implications of the EAI have been underresearched. The book under review more than adequately fills this gap in the literature. Although this collection will probably not produce consensus on specific substantive issues, it should be on the shelf of anyone wishing insight into the complex political, economic, social, and to some extent even the technical character of the efforts to expand world and regional trade."-The International Trade Journal