List of Figures
|2.1 Competitiveness, trade, and the environment||27|
|3.1 The NAFTA environmental regulations across the
|3.2 NAFTA, trade, and environmental regulations||51|
|7.1 The institutional deepening of the NAFTA regime||133|
List of Tables
|1.1 Interviewees by community||14|
|1.2 Interviewees by country||15|
|1.3 Interviewees by community and country||16|
|5.1 NAFTA's share of US and Canadian exports, 1994,
|5.2 US exports over imports 1994 (1990-1994)||89|
|7.1 The conditions of complex institutional responsiveness||116|
|7.2 Corporate strategies under complex institutional
|7.3 Political strategies under complex institutional
|8.1 NAFTA Chapter 11 cases initiated||155|
|9.1 NAFTA agriculture cases||166|
|11.1 Cases of North American environmental regulatory
|11.2 Preferred corporate and political strategies by level of
internationalization of firm||228|
|11.3 Outcomes of North American regulatory protectionism
by country and issue (post-NAFTA)||229|
|11.4 Outcomes of resolved cases of North American
environmental regulatory protection (pre- and post-NAFTA)||231|
|11.5 Resolved cases of post-NAFTA North American
environmental regulatory protection dealt with through
the NAFTA institutions||233|
|11.6 Major EU trade and environment disputes||238|
|11.7 Major US-EU trade and environment disputes||239|
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Book title: Environmental Regulations and Corporate Strategy:A NAFTA Perspective.
Contributors: Alan Rugman - Author, John Kirton - Author, Julie Soloway - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1999.
Page number: x.
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