Canada--U.S. Interregional Trade, 1989-2001/la Commerce Interregional Canada--E.U., 1989-2001.
Canadian Journal of Regional Science 2009, Summer, 32, 2
Canadian Journal of Regional Science
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Abstract Canada and the U.S. established two free trade agreements in recent years. The majority of research investigating the effects of these agreements is performed at the national level, potentially obscuring local effects from free trade. The research that does investigate regional effects of free trade typically aggregates provinces and states into regions and/or is undertaken using one year of trade data. The present analysis uses provinces and states as the spatial units of analysis studying trade volumes, shares, and economic dependence over time. It is found that the geography of interregional trade within Canada and the U.S. has changed significantly over the study period, with geographical proximity being one of the drivers of change.
- Category: Social Science
- Published:Jun 22, 2009
- Publisher: Canadian Journal of Regional Science
- Seller: The Gale Group, Inc.
- Print Length: 31 Pages
- Language: English