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U.S. - Mexico Border and Maquiladora Industry

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Research

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2007

  • Banking Industry Evolution Along the Texas–Mexico Border, Joaquin Lopez and Keith Phillips, Southwest Economy, July/Aug. 2006.
  • Mexican Reform Clouds View of Key Industry, Jesus Cañas and Robert W. Gilmer, Southwest Economy, May/June 2007.
  • Crime on the U.S.—Mexico Border: The Effect of Undocumented Immigration and Border Enforcement, Roberto A. Coronado and Pia M. Orrenius, Migraciones Internacionales, June 2007.
  • Exported Retail Sales along the Texas—Mexico Border, Roberto A. Coronado and Keith R. Phillips, Journals of Borderlands Studies, Spring 2007.
  • Maquiladora Recovery: Lessons for the Future, Jesus Cañas, Roberto Coronado and Robert W. Gilmer, Southwest Economy, March/April 2007.
  • Maquiladora Employment Dynamics in Nuevo Laredo, Jesus Cañas and Thomas M. Fullerton Jr, Growth and Change, March 2007.
  • On the Determinants of Optimal Border Enforcement, Pia M. Orrenius, Mark Guzman and Joe Haslag, Economic Theory, February 2007.
  • Regional Business Cycle Integration Along the U.S.—Mexico Border, Jesus Cañas and Keith Phillips, The Annals of Regional Science, February 2007.

2006

2005

2004

  • Short-Run Maquiladora Employment Dynamics in Tijuana, Roberto A. Coronado, Thomas M. Fullerton Jr. and Don P. Clark, Annals of Regional Science, Fall 2004.
  • Maquiladora Downturn: Structural Change or Cyclical Factors?, Roberto A. Coronado, Jesus Cañas and Robert W. Gilmer, International Business and Economics Research Journal, August 2004.

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