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[IWS] USITC: ECONOMETRIC ESTIMATES OF THE EFFECTS OF NAFTA: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE [December 2013]

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United States International Trade commission (USITC)

Office of Economics Working Paper  No. 2013-12A

 

ECONOMETRIC ESTIMATES OF THE EFFECTS OF NAFTA: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE [December 2013]

by Justino De La Cruz, David Riker, Bennet Voorhees

http://www.usitc.gov/publications/332/working_papers/EC201312A.pdf

[full-text, 14 pages]

 

Abstract

This paper reviews a series of econometric studies of the impact of the North American Free Trade

Agreement on the economies of Mexico, Canada, and the United States. It highlights eleven papers from

the last decade that vary in the economic outcomes analyzed (trade flows, wages, employment,

productivity, investment, and income in one or more of the countries) and in the statistical methodologies and types of data that are utilized.

 

 

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