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Table of Contents
|Border Maquiladoras and Research Interpretations: An International Symposium|
|Ellwyn R. Stoddard||1-30|
|Do Maquiladoras Take American Jobs? Some Tentative Econometric Results|
|William C. Gruben||31-45|
|Mexico's In Bond Export Industries and U.S. Legislation: Conflictive Issues|
|Martin E. Rosenfeldt||47-66|
|A Test of Purchasing Power Parity: Texas Border Retail Trade and the Value of the Peso 1976-1987|
|V. Howard Savage, Eric Blankmeyer||67-78|
|Transnational Fronterizos: Cross-Border Linkages in Mexican Border Society|
|Oscar J. Martínez||79-94|
|Andean Border Integration: Report on a Seminar in Lima, Peru July 3-6, 1989|
|Transboundary Relations and Acid Rain: New York's Memoranda of Understanding with Quebec and Ontario|
|Nancy Paige Smith||111-133|
|Borderlands in Africa: A Multidisciplinary and Comparative Focus on Nigeria and West Africa edited by A.I. Asiwaju and P.O. Adeniyi, 1989.
|Ellwyn R. Stoddard||136-137|
|Border: The U.S.-Mexico Line by Leon C. Metz, 1989. Poorest of Americans by Robert Lee Maril, 1989. The Border: Life on the Line by Douglas Kent Hall, 1988. Lines and Shadows by Joseph Wambaugh, 1984.
|Ellwyn R. Stoddard||138-141|
|Standoff at the Border: A Failure of Microdiplomacy by Thomas J. Price, 1989.
|Stephen P. Mumme||142-144|
|Opening and Closing the Doors: Evaluating Immigration Reform and Control by Frank D. Bean, Georges Vernez and Charles B. Keely, 1989.
|Entrepreneurs and Politics in Twentieth Century Mexico by Roderic A. Camp, 1989.
|Michael G. Ellis||147-148|
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