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Business Frontier

Business Frontier was published 1998–2004. Issues are available on FRASER, the Federal Reserve's digital library of U.S. economic, financial and banking history.

2004

Issue 4, 2004

  • Framing the Future: Tomorrow's Border Economy
    Robert W. Gilmer, Keith Phillips, Jesus Cañas, and Roberto Coronado

Issue 3, 2004

  • U.S.–Mexico Trade: Are We Still Connected?
    Jesus Cañas, Roberto Coronado
  • Why Is El Paso's Job Market So Sluggish?
    Robert W. Gilmer

Issue 2, 2004

  • Maquiladora Downturn: Structural Change or Cyclical Factors?
    Jesus Cañas, Roberto Coronado and Bill Gilmer

Issue 1, 2004

  • Workers' Remittances to Mexico
    Roberto Coronado

2003

Issue 1, 2003

  • Composite Index: A New Measure of El Paso's Economy
    Jesus Cañas, Robert W. Gilmer and Keith Phillips

2002

Issue 2, 2002

  • Maquiladora Industry: Past, Present and Future
    Jesus Cañas and Roberto Coronado

Issue 1, 2002

  • A Decade of Change: El Paso's Economic Transition of the 1990s
    Jesus Cañas

2001

Issue 2, 2001

  • Economic Update on El Paso del Norte
    Roberto Coronado and Lucinda Vargas

Issue 1, 2001

  • NAFTA, the U.S. Economy and Maquiladoras
    Lucinda Vargas

2000

Issue 3, 2000

  • Maquiladoras 2000: Still Growing
    Lucinda Vargas

Issue 2, 2000

  • U.S.–Mexico Trade: Sectors and Regions
    Lucinda Vargas

Issue 1, 2000

  • NAFTA's First Five Years (Part 2): U.S.–Mexico Trade and Investment Under NAFTA
    Lucinda Vargas

1999

Issue 2, 1999

  • NAFTA's First Five Years (Part 1)
    Lucinda Vargas

Issue 1, 1999

  • Mexico's Economy in 1998 and 1999
    Lucinda Vargas

1998

Issue 4, 1998

  • The Maquiladora Industry in Historical Perspective (Part 2)
    Lucinda Vargas

Issue 3, 1998

  • The Maquiladora Industry in Historical Perspective (Part 1)
    Lucinda Vargas