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NAFTA and Mexican Agriculture Development: Evidences from NAFTA's First Decade
Chinese Rural Economics (2006)
  • HE Shu-Quan, Shanghai University
Abstract

The inclusion of agriculture into NAFTA brought intensive debate in Mexico. During the first decade of NAFTA, Mexican agriculture underwent a great change, which were not fully accordance with what economic theory had expected and were not all because of NAFTA as well. As to the reasons, Mexico’s reform on agriculture policies and the duality of Mexican agriculture took an important part.

Keywords
  • NAFTA,
  • Mexico,
  • Agricultural Development
Disciplines
Publication Date
Fall September, 2006
Citation Information
HE Shu-Quan. "NAFTA and Mexican Agriculture Development: Evidences from NAFTA's First Decade" Chinese Rural Economics Iss. 9 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/he_shuquan/10/