Table of contents for Integrating the Americas : FTAA and beyond / edited by Antoni Estevadeordal ... [et. al].


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Contents
List of Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgments
List of Abbreviations
I. Introduction 
1. FTAA and Beyond: Prospects for Integration in the Americas
Antoni Estevadeordal, Dani Rodrik, Alan M. Taylor, and Andrés Velasco
II. The FTAA: Historical and Global Perspectives
2. The Roots of Latin American Protectionism: Looking Before the Great Depression 
John H. Coatsworth and Jeffrey G. Williamson
3. Economic Integration in the Americas: European Perspectives 
Anthony J. Venables and L. Alan Winters
4. The Proliferation of Sovereigns: Are there Lessons for Integration?
Matias Braun, Ricardo Hausmann, and Lant Pritchett
5. The Old and New Regionalism: Benefits, Costs, and Implications for an FTAA
Robert Devlin and Paolo Giordano
III. Macroeconomics of the FTAA 
6. The Monetary Consequences of an FTAA 
Barry Eichengreen and Alan M. Taylor
7. Macroeconomic Coordination and Monetary Unions in an N-Country World: Do all Roads Leads to Rome? 
Andrew Powell and Federico Sturzenegger
IV. Negotiating the FTAA Agreement: Traditional vs. New Issues
8. Prospects and Challenges for the Liberalization of Agricultural Trade in the Western Hemisphere
Mario Berrios, Jaime Granados, Marcos S. Jank, Josefina Monteagudo, and Mazakazu Watanuki 
9. Regionalism and Trade in Services in the Western Hemisphere: A Policy Agenda 
Aaditya Mattoo and Pierre Sauvé
10. Tackling International Anticompetitive Practices in the Americas: Implications for the FTAA
Julian L. Clarke and Simon J. Evenett
V. The Political Economy of the FTAA
11. The United States and the FTAA: A Political Economy Analysis
I. M. Destler 
12. The Political Economy of Economic Integration in the Americas: Latin American Interests 
Marcelo de Paiva Abreu
VI. Assessing the Economics of the FTAA
13. Do Preferential Trade Agreements Matter for Trade? The FTAA and the Pattern of Trade 
Antoni Estevadeordal and Raymond Robertson
14. A Virtuous Circle? Regional Tariff Liberalization and Scale Economies in Transport 
David Hummels and Alexandre Skiba
15. What Has Happened to Wages in Mexico since NAFTA? Implications for Hemispheric Free Trade
Gordon H. Hanson
16. Can an FTAA Suspend the Law of Gravity and Give the Americas Higher Growth and Better Income Distributions?
Bernardo S. Blum and Edward Leamer 
17. Regional Integration and Manufacturing Productivity: Lessons for the FTAA 
Ernesto López Córdova and Mauricio Mesquita Moreira
18. The FTAA and the Location of Foreign Direct Investment
Eduardo Levy Yeyati, Ernesto Stein, and Christian Daude
VII. FTAA and Beyond
19. Labor Standards and the FTAA
Kimberly Ann Elliot
20. The Environmental Dimensions of Economic Integration
Daniel C. Esty
21. Social Protection and Inclusive Trade: Strengthening the Sources of Convergence within FTAA
Luis Felipe López-Calva and Nora Lustig
22. Asymmetries and Cooperation in the FTAA
Inés Bustillo and José Antonio Ocampo 
23. The FTAA's Impact on Democratic Governance
Mark Barenberg and Peter Evans
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: America Economic integration, Free trade America, Commercial treaties America