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Author Lederman, Daniel, 1968-

Title Lessons from NAFTA for Latin America and the Caribbean / Daniel Lederman, William F. Maloney , Luis Servén.

Published Palo Alto, Calif. : Stanford Economics and Finance ; Washington, DC : World Bank, [2005]
©2005

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Physical description xx, 407 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Latin American development forum series.
Latin American development forum.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Lessons from NAFTA for Latin American and Caribbean Countries 1 -- 2 NAFTA and Convergence in North America: High Expectations, Big Events, Little Time 27 -- 3 Macroeconomic Dynamics After NAFTA: Synchronization, Volatility, and Macroeconomic Policy Coordination 77 -- 4 NAFTA's Remaining Trade Barriers 119 -- 5 Factor Markets 175 -- 6 Innovation in Mexico: NAFTA Is Not Enough 247 -- 7 NAFTA and the Trade Flows of Nonmember Countries 289 -- 8 Impact of NAFTA on Foreign Investment in Third Countries 347 -- 3.1 Macroeconomic Synchronization in the European Union 83 -- 3.2 Macroeconomic Synchronization at the Regional Level 94 -- 4.1 Rules of Origin and the Export of Protection Among NAFTA Partners: The Basic Analytical Framework 122 -- 4.2 Multiplier Effects of PROCAMPO: Evidence of Effectiveness 139 -- 4.3 Mexican and U.S. Experiences with Delinked Agricultural Income Subsidies 150 -- 5.1 FDI Impact of EEC/EU Accession 178 -- 5.2 Investment Chapters of NAFTA 180 -- 5.3 Corporate Governance Reform in Mexico 203 -- 5.4 Estimating Convergence 210 -- 6.1 Some Algebra: How Much Should Be Spent on R&D? 261 -- 6.2 Knowledge Flows from Public Research Centers to the Productive Sector in Mexico 273 -- 7.1 Trade Creation and Diversion in the Process of Enlarging the EU 291 -- 7.2 Caribbean Basin Initiative 324 -- 8.1 FDI Diversion in Europe 357 -- 8.2 Disentangling Common and Idiosyncratic FDI Trends 362 -- 8.3 Costa Rica vs. Mexico in the INTEL Race 378 -- 1.1 Mexico: Real Manufacturing Wages and Poverty 5 -- 1.2 Mexico: Estimated Impact of the Institutional Gap on the Per Capita GDP Gap 7 -- 1.3 Latin America: Correlation of Annual Growth of Real GDP with that of the United States 9 -- 1.4 Latin America: Imports Plus Exports over GDP 11 -- 1.5 Mexico: Agricultural Production and Trade, 1990-2001 13 -- 1.6 Latin America: Net FDI Inflows as a Percentage of GDP 19 -- 1.7 Latin America: Wages Adjusted for Skill by Degree of Exposure to Trade 21 -- 1.8 Latin America and the Caribbean Region's Gap in Patent Counts Relative to the Average and to Patenting Overachievers 24 -- 2.1 GDP Per Capita Relative to the United States, Selected Economies, 1960-2001 28 -- 2.2 U.S.-Mexico GDP Per Capita Gap: Similar-Cycle Model with Quarterly PPP-adjusted Data, 1960-2002 34 -- 2.3 Gains from NAFTA: Observed and Predicted U.S.-Mexico GDP Per Capita Ratio, 1993Q4-2002Q4 36 -- 2.4 Trace Tests for Cointegration Between the United States and Mexico (Log) Quarterly GDP, 1960Q4-2002Q4 38 -- 2.5 Mexico Year Effect Minus Latin America and the Caribbean Year Effect, Log 40 -- 2.6 Institutional Gaps in North America, 2000/01 41 -- 2.7 Contribution of Institutional Gaps to the U.S.-Mexico Income Gap 47 -- 2.8 Mexico Year Effects Relative to Latin America and the Caribbean Year Effects, Institutional Index 49 -- 2.9 Ratio of State GDP Per Capita Relative to the Distrito Federal, 1940-2000 54 -- 2.10 Relationship Between Growth (1990s) and Public Employment in Mexican States 58 -- 2.11 Quarterly Data Used for Time-Series Analyses 62 -- 3.1 Mexico: Trade with NAFTA Countries 78 -- 3.2 Correlation of Annual GDP Growth with the United States 87 -- 3.3 Correlation of Annual GDP Growth with Canada 88 -- 3.4 Correlation of Industrial Production Growth with the United States 89 -- 3.5 Correlation of Industrial Production Growth with Canada 90 -- 3.6 GDP Growth Volatility in the 1980s and 1990s 99 -- 3.7 Mexico: GDP Growth Volatility over Time 100 -- 4.1 How NAFTA Utilization Rates Vary with Tariff Structure: The Case of the Yarn-Forward Rule for Apparel Exports 125 -- 4.2 Empirical Relationship Between NAFTA Preferences Utilization Rates and Tariff Preferences, 2000: Textile and Apparel-The Obvious Outlier 126 -- 4.3a-f Net Exports of Apparel and Textiles per Worker: Mexico and Central America, 1980-2001 133 -- 4.4 Agricultural Production and Trade in Mexico, 1990-2001: No Apparent Devastating Effects from NAFTA 143 -- 4.5 Imports and Production of Traditional Crops Before and After NAFTA: Irrigated vs. Nonirrigated Production 145 -- 4.6 Land Productivity: Irrigated and Rainfed Yields, 1983-2000 146 -- 4.7 Mexico: Exports and Production of Fruits Before and After NAFTA 147 -- 4.8 Mexico: Production Support Equivalent as a Share of Production: Totals and Components for Traditional Crops 148 -- 4.9 Mexico AD Activity, 1987-2001 162 -- 5.1 Mexico: Main Components of Capital Flows to the Private Sector 183 -- 5.2 U.S. Investment Abroad by Receiving Region 187 -- 5.3 Actual and Predicted Values of the Log of FDI in Mexico 194 -- 5.4 Evolution of Real Mexican-U.S. Hourly Manufacturing Wages for Production Workers and Unemployment 208 -- 5.5 Mexico-U.S. Wage Differentials by Industry and Proximity to U.S. Border 211 -- 5.6 FDI and Net Migration by State 215 -- 5.7 Wages Adjusted for Human Capital by Degree of Exposure to Foreign Competition 218 -- 5.8 Impact of Minimum Wages on Wage Distribution 221 -- 5.9 Jobs in the Maquila and Registered Rural Sector 223 -- 5.10 Relative Formal/Informal Sector Sizes and Incomes and the Real Exchange Rate 227 -- 5.11 Estimated Flexibility/Distortion in Selected Labor Markets 229 -- 6.1 Growth Rates of Total Factor Productivity, 1960-99 249 -- 6.2 Patents per Million Workers, 1960-2000 251 -- 6.3 Innovation Outputs in Mexico 252 -- 6.4 Mexico's Research and Development Effort Is Below the Median 258 -- 6.5 Innovation Inputs in Mexico 259 -- 6.6 Research and Development Efficiency, 1985-2000 268 -- 6.7a-d Mexico's Comparative Advantage in Innovation: Not in the "New" Sectors 269 -- 6.8 Global Competitiveness Report Survey Results: Private Sector Perceptions of Innovation-Related Factors, 1996-2001 276 -- 7.1 Openness in RIA and Non-RIA Countries 294 -- 7.2 NAFTA: Total Imports by Source 295 -- 7.3 Total Trade in Latin America and the Caribbean's RIAs 296 -- 7.4 Share of Mexico's Nonfuel Exports in NAFTA and Non-NAFTA Markets 300 -- 7.5 Destinations of Mexico's Exports 301 -- 7.6 Destinations of Andean Group Exports 302 -- 7.7 Destinations of CACM Exports 302 -- 7.8 Destinations of CARICOM Exports 303 -- 7.9 Destinations of MERCOSUR Exports 304 -- 7.10 NAFTA: Annual Estimates of Bloc Dummy Coefficients 314 -- 7.11 Shares in NAFTA's Total Apparel Imports 327 -- 7.12 U.S. Dollar Wages Relative to Mexico 328 -- 8.1 Net FDI Inflows as a Percentage of GDP 350 -- 8.2 Real FDI Per Capita and FDI/GDP Estimated Country/Year Effects, 1980-2001 371 -- 8.3 Real FDI Per Capita and FDI/GDP Estimated Country/Year Effects, Net of Privatizations, 1980-99 372 -- 8.4 Cumulative Country/Year Effects and Their 10 Percent Significance Bands 375 -- 8.5 Relative Risk and Return, All Developing Countries, 1980-99 384 -- 8.6 Change in Risk and Return in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1980-93 vs. 1994-99 388 -- 1.1 Mexico: Selected Indicators 5 -- 2.1 Speed of Adjustment Between Mexico and the United States 35 -- 2.2 Cointegration Analysis for Mexico and the United States, 1960Q4 to 2002Q4 38 -- 2.3 Regressions of Log GDP Per Capita, 2000 44 -- 2.4 Institutional Changes in Latin America 50 -- 2.5 Did NAFTA Accelerate Manufacturing TFP Convergence? Arellano-Bond GMM Regression Results 52 -- 2.6 Potential Determinants of Growth of GDP Per Capita, 1990-2000 56 -- 2.7 List of Codes and Industries Used in TFP Convergence Analysis 63 -- 2.8 Summary Statistics of Variables and Data Used for TFP Convergence Analysis, by Country and Industry 64 -- 2.9 Summary Statistics for Data Used in Table 2.3 67 -- 2.10 Summary Statistics for Data Used to Calculate Institutional Gaps and Income Gaps Illustrated in Figures 2.5 and 2.8 68 -- 2.11 Groups of Countries Used to Calculate GDP and Institutional Gaps Illustrated in Figures 2.5 and 2.8 69 -- 2.12 Data Used for Analysis of Convergence Across Mexican States, 1990-2000 70 -- 3.1 Annual Growth Rate of GDP 91 -- 3.2 Annual Growth Rate of Industrial Production 92 -- 3.3 Growth Correlation Between Canada, Mexico, and the United States, by Sector of Economic Activity 96 -- 3.4 Growth Correlation Between Canada, Mexico, and the United States, by Industrial Sector 97 -- 3.5 Correlation Between Mexico and U.S.
Policy Variables 102 -- 3.6 Trade Interdependence in Latin America, 2001 108 -- 3.7 Further Measures of Interdependence, 2001 109 -- 4.1 Regression Results for (4.7) and (4.8) Dependent Variable: XUS 128 -- 4.2 Simulation Results for (4.7) and (4.8): Effects of ROO Relaxation, Simulated 130 -- 4.3 NAFTA and CBI Apparel Preferences Utilization Rates, Selected Countries 136 --
4.4 Average Annual U.S. Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Filings, by Named Country/Region and by Select Time Period 154 -- 4.5 Negative Binomial Maximum Likelihood Estimates of the Determinants of the Number of U.S. AD and CVD Cases: Effects of NAFTA Dispute Settlement Filings 155 -- 4.6 CUSFTA and NAFTA Dispute Settlement Petitions and Determinations Against U.S. AD/CVD Actions, 1989-2000 156 -- 4.7 Composition of AD/CVD Filings by Target Country, 1987-2000 163 -- 4.8 Negative Binomial Maximum Likelihood Estimates of the Determinants of the Number of Mexican AD Cases and AD Duties, 1990-2001 164 -- 4.9 Characteristics of Agricultural Support Programs in Mexico and the United States 165 -- 5.1 Inward Flows of Foreign Direct Investment by Receiving Region 184 -- 5.2 Fixed-Effects Regressions of the Log of FDI Against Membership in a Free Trade Area and Other Variables 191 -- 5.3 Contribution of Various Factors to the Observed Change in FDI to Mexico 195 -- 5.4 Annual Averages of Selected Variables in the Stock Exchange Data Set 197 -- 5.5 Shareholder Rights, Creditor Rights, and Enforcement of Law 201 -- 5.6 Change in Log Wages for Synthetic Cohorts, Males, 1990-2000 212 -- 5.7 Evolution of Household Inequality 222 -- 6.1 Estimates of the Rates of Return to R&D in the United States 260 -- 6.2 Determinants of R&D/GDP 264 -- 6.3 Determinants of Patenting in the United States, Presample 1963-84 266 -- 6.4 R&D in Mexico: Who Does It and Who Pays for It? Expenditures in 1999 271 -- 6.5 Structure of R&D Effort in Selected Countries, 1995-2000 275 -- 7.1 Intra-Bloc Imports 297 -- 7.2 NAFTA: Changes in Import Shares 298 -- 7.3 NAFTA: Sources of Imports 299 -- 7.4 U.S. Imports: Shares by Country and Ranking by Shares 305 -- 7.5 Econometric Studies of the Trade Impact of NAFTA 308 -- 7.6 NAFTA Dummy Estimates with Pooled Data 315 -- 7.7 Expanded Gravity Model: Impact of NAFTA on Trade Flows from CACM, CARICOM, and Mexico 317 -- 7.8 Apparel Exports to NAFTA 322 -- 7.9 Shares in NAFTA's Total Apparel Imports 326 -- 7.10 Exports from EPZs 328 -- 7.11 PTA Membership and Key Developments 334 -- 7.12 Trends in Tariff Rates for Developing and Industrialized Countries, 1980-99 339 -- 8.1a Net FDI Inflows Per Capita in Host Country, by Period and Source 352 -- 8.1b Net FDI Inflows as a Percentage of GDP, by Period and Source 354 -- 8.2 Estimated Fixed Effects on Net Inflows of FDI, 1980-2001: Alternative Measures of FDI and Samples of Countries 365 -- 8.3 Estimated Mexico/Year Effects on Net Inflows of FDI (Including FDI from Privatization): Alternative Measures of FDI and Samples of Countries 368 -- 8.4 Estimated Mexico/Year Effects on Net Inflows of FDI (Excluding Privatization): Alternative Measures of FDI and Samples of Countries 370 -- 8.5 Correlation of Estimated Country/Year Effects, 1980-2001 and 1980-99: Real FDI Per Capita 374 -- 8.6 Fiscal Incentives to Foreign Investors 380 -- 8.7 Determinants of Net FDI Inflows to Developing Countries, 1970-99 384 -- 8.8 Risk and Return FDI Model: Explaining Changes in Average FDI Inflows, 1994-99 vs. 1980-93 387.
Summary Analyzing the experience of Mexico under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the authors draw lessons for other countries considering free trade agreements with the United States.
Other author Maloney, William F. (William Francis), 1959-
Serven, Luis.
World Bank.
Subject Free trade -- Latin America.
Latin America -- Commercial policy.
Variant Title Lessons from North American Free Trade Agreement for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Lessons from [the] North American Free Trade Agreement for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Lessons from NAFTA.
Lessons from North American Free Trade Agreement.
Lessons from [the] North American Free Trade Agreement.
ISBN 0821358138 (World Rights except North America : pbk.)
0804752400 (North America : pbk.)