U.S.-Mexico Economic Relations

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U.S.-Mexico Economic Relations

Edited by Barry W. Poulson and T. Noel Osborn
Westview Press, 1979
442 pp. $30.00

Every facet of economic relationships, however peripheral, seems to be represented in these 30 essays that cover topics as diverse as capital flows, the brain drain, international trade, human capital, migration, energy. Some treatments are broad, some narrowly technical, and others theoretical.

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