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NAFTA in Transition

contributions by Stephen Randall, Herman Konrad, Pedro Marquez Perez, Maria Teresa Gutierrez Haces, Robert McRae, James Gerber, William Kerr, Gustavo del Castillo Vera, Diana Alarcon Gonzalez, Paul Ganster, Victor Konrad, Robyn Adamache, Claudia Culos, Gerado Otero, Morton Weinfeld, Alan Sweedler, Bradly Condon, Michel Duquette, Dixon Thompson, Neil Nevitte, Miguel Basanez, Ronald Inglehart, John Herd Thompson, Colin Hoskins, Stuart McFayden & Dorothy Zolf

edited by Stephen J. Randall & H. Konrad

University of Calgary Press
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Dec 1995
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NAFTA in Transition provides a comprehensive analysis of the economic, social, cultural, and political dimensions of the evolving trilateral relationship among the three countries of North America. Contributors address such topics as energy, the environment, trade, labour, the maquiladora industrial sector of Mexico, the Mexican auto industry, and Canada - U.S. cultural relations.

While other publications have focused on U.S. issues, this one emphasizes Canada and Mexico, yet adds significantly to our understanding of the place of the United States in this evolving trilateral relationship.

With Contributions By: Robyn Adamache Diana Alarcon Gonzalez Miguel Basanez Bradly Condon Claudia Culos Gustavo del Castillo Vera Michel Duquette Paul Ganster James Gerber Maria Teresa Gutierrez Haces Colin Hoskins Ronald Inglehart William Kerr Herman Konrad Victor Konrad Pedro Marquez Perez Stuart McFayden Robert McRae Neil Nevitte Gerado Otero Stephen Randall Alan Sweedler Dixon Thompson John Herd Thompson Morton Weinfeld Dorothy Zolf

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Stephen J. Randall is dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, and professor of history, University of Calgary, and the author of many books, including Canada and the United States: Ambivalent Allies.

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The late Herman W. Konrad was Professor of Anthropology and Latin American History at the University of Calgary.

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The late Herman W. Konrad was Professor of Anthropology and Latin American History at the University of Calgary.

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ROBERT MCRAE, who holds degress from the Univeristy of Toronto and the Johns Hopkins University, is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy in the University of Toronto.

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William A. Kerr is the Van Vliet Professor of International Trade at the University of Saskatchewan and a senior associate of the Estey Centre for Law and Economics in International Trade in Saskatoon, Canada.

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Victor Konrad, co-director of Borders in Globalization, teaches at Carleton University. Author of more than 100 publications, he is past president of both the Associations of Borderlands Studies and Canadian Studies in the United States.


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Morton Weinfeld is professor of sociology and holds the chair in Canadian Ethnic Studies at McGill University.

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Michel Duquette is a professor in the Department of Political Science at l`Universitè de Montrèal.

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The book is co-authored by 16 specialists who combine academic and professional practice expertise, and who work at entities ranging from Microsoft to resource industries in Kazakhstan. Its overall author is Dixon Thompson, a Professor of Environmental Science at the University of Calgary who has taught environmental science and environmental management at the graduate level for 30 years, is an environmental management consultant to industry, and who has extensive international experience, including in Latin America and Russia.

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Neil Nevitte is Professor of Political Science and cross-appointed as Professor at the School of Public Policy and Governance and the School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.

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