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Mexico's economy in 1998 and 1999

Business Frontier

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The binational importance of the maquiladora industry

Southwest Economy , Issue Nov , Pages 1-5

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Mexico's integration into NAFTA markets: a view from sectoral real exchange rates

Using a self-exciting threshold autoregressive model, we confirm the presence of nonlinearities in sectoral real exchange rate (SRER) dynamics across Mexico, Canada and the US in the pre-NAFTA and post-NAFTA periods. Measuring transaction costs using the estimated threshold bands, we find evidence that Mexico still faces higher transaction costs than their developed counterparts. Trade liberalization is associated with reduced transaction costs and lower relative price differentials among countries. Other determinants of transaction costs are distance and nominal exchange rate volatility. Our ...
Working Papers , Paper 2008-046

Working Paper
Capital flows and macroeconomic management: tequila lessons

Working Papers in Applied Economic Theory , Paper 96-02

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North American free trade and the peso: the case for a North American currency area

Working Papers , Paper 9115

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Increase in the reciprocal currency arrangement with the Bank of Mexico, announced February 1, 1995

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Mar , Pages 265

Journal Article
Mexico's integration into NAFTA markets: a view from sectoral real exchange rates

The authors use a threshold autoregressive model to confirm the presence of nonlinearities in sectoral real exchange rate dynamics across Mexico, Canada, and the United States for the periods before and after the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Although trade liberalization is associated with reduced transaction costs and lower relative price differentials among countries, the authors find, by using estimated threshold bands, that Mexico still faces higher transaction costs than its developed counterparts. Other determinants of transaction costs are distance and nominal exchange ...
Review , Volume 91 , Issue Sep , Pages 441-464

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Money, credit, and fiscal policy in Mexico's \\"lost decade.\\"

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 94-5

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Crisis, contagion, and country funds: effects on East Asia and Latin America

Spillovers effects, from one country or region to other countries and regions, have attracted renewed attention in the aftermath of the Mexican crisis of December 1994. This paper uses data on closed-end country funds to study how a negative shock in Mexican equities is transmitted to Asia and Latin America, and to particular countries within each region. Country funds allow us to study the transmission to other fund net asset values (NAVs) and prices, which are traded in local stock markets in New York, respectively. The evidence indicates that shocks such as the Mexican crisis produce ...
Pacific Basin Working Paper Series , Paper 96-04

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