Edited by Montague J. Lord
This major Handbook offers a comprehensive analysis of the key issues surrounding the rapid expansion of Latin America’s manufacturing sector. It systematically examines the most important factors influencing the comparative advantages and the globalization of manufacturing industries in the region.
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- The Handbook of Latin American Trade in Manufactures
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Regional trade patterns
- Chapter 3: Trade controls in manufacturing trade
- Chapter 4: Trade policies, macroeconomic adjustment and manufacturing exports
- Chapter 5: The export performance of Latin America and East Asia in technology intensive manufactures
- Chapter 6: Convertibility and Argentine industrial exports: a sustainable change?
- Chapter 7: Intra-industry trade and regional integration: the case of the auto industry in Argentina
- Chapter 8: Brazil's manufacturing trade: a new growth cycle?
- Chapter 9: Industrial exports of Brazil
- Chapter 10: Industrial expansion in a high-inflation economy: the Brazilian experience
- Chapter 11: Protectionism and high-technology industries: lessons from the Brazilian microcomputer industry
- Chapter 12: The response of manufacturing exports to import liberalization in Mexico: is there a second wave?
- Chapter 13: Trade reform, credibility and manufacturing performance in Mexico
- Chapter 14: Maquiladoras and foreign direct investment in Mexico
- Chapter 15: Trade and industrial development in Chile
- Name index
- Subject index
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