Alejandro Mungaray, Sonia Lugo Morones, and Noé Arón Fuentes, editors
Industrial Development and Labor Markets in the United States–Mexico Border
183 pp., 76 tables, bibl.
978-0-87903-267-8 Paper $23.95 Available Now. SALA Supplement Volume 14
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The varied and complex socioeconomic interactions that take place along the border dividing the United States of America from the Estados Unidos Mexicanos make the region one of the most dynamic in the world. Assembled by Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, this volume examines major aspects of this cross-border dynamism by focusing on the Mexican side of the economic equation. The studies in this book present the findings of leading Mexican scholars in the field of border economics and global development. It offers analyses that expose the framework of U.S.–Mexico economic relations and shows how each side makes its own contributions to the vitality of the border region. In addition, case studies elucidate key aspects of the development process and its cross-border complexities.