Trade is central to the economies of Mexico and the United States, and is the foundation for the integration of manufacturing chains across North America. The Mexico Center examines trade patterns, the impact of other trade blocs on the economic relationship, the regional and global institutional structures that shape binational trade, and new opportunities for comparative trade advantages within the region. Through its research, the center aims to increase the welfare derived from commercial exchanges for the benefit of both countries.
- NAFTA Negotiations: What's In It For The U.S.-Mexico Energy Trade?
- NAFTA Renegotiations: Constraints and Likely Outcome
- Was NAFTA Good for the United States?
- NAFTA Does Not Matter as Much as You Think (But Renegotiation Matters a Lot)
- Transnational Commerce and Labor Flows
- Low Oil Prices Mean Trouble for Mexican Government’s Finances
- Why is the Peso’s Value Declining?
- Mexican Microcredit: A Casualty of Neoliberalism?
- The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: The Stakes for Mexico and the United States
- McLarty Lecture Series: A Conversation with The Honorable Robert Zoellick
- Uncertain Partners: U.S.-Mexico Relations Under the Trump Administration
- Challenges for U.S.-Mexico Relations
- Mexico's Economic Outlook
- Mexico in 2016: What’s at Stake?
- McLarty Lecture Series: A Conversation with His Excellency Luis Videgaray Caso
- Prospects for U.S.-Mexico Trade
- NAFTA After 20 Years