Regionalismo Economico En America Del Norte:¿Hacia La Comunidad De America Del Norte?
AbstractIn this article, the authors undertake a scientific assessment of economic integration in North America from a NAFTA perspective. An analysis around the creation of NAFTA, the cooperation that exists between the three North American economies, as well as the challenges that they face with regards to the evolution of NAFTA. The Theory of Game aids the authors to consider the validity or failures of economic treaties, such as NAFTA. It is worth emphasize that this essay represents a contribution within the overall framework of lengthy debates that have been triggered during recent years across North America in relation to the evolution of NAFTA.
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