Archived — Perspectives on North America Free Trade Series

Perspectives on North American Free Trade Series is a series of 6 papers that assess the implications of the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement and NAFTA for the Canadian economy.

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Perspectives on North American Free Trade Series:

No. 1: Can Small-Country Manufacturing Survive Trade Liberalization? Evidence from the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, by Keith Head and John Reis, April 1999

No. 2: Modelling Links Between Canadian Trade and Foreign Direct Investment, by Walid Hejazi and A. Edward Safarian, April 1999

No. 3: Trade Liberalisation and the Migration of Skilled Workers, by Steven Globerman, April 1999

No. 4: The Changing Industry and Skill Mix of Canada's International Trade, by Peter Dungan and Steve Murphy, April 1999

No. 5: Effects of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement on Interprovincial Trade, by John F. Helliwell, Frank C. Lee and Hans Messinger, April 1999

No. 6: The Long and Short of the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, by Daniel Trefler, December 1999

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