NAFTA in Transition

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Adamache, Robyn. Ms. Adamache is completing an M.A. in Geography at Simon Fraser University. Her thesis is entitled "Discourse and Regional Development: Selling the Mexican maquiladora industry in the U.S. popular press." Her current research interests include regional development, gender and development, the social impacts of restructuring in the Americas, and media representations of development issues.

Alarcón Gonzalez, Diana. Diana Alarcón received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Riverside. Her area of specialization is economic development. She has been a research associate at El Colegio de la Frontera Norte in Tijuana, Mexico, since 1988, and is currently on sabbatical working at the World Employment Report Office at the International Labour Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. She has published several articles on different aspects of trade liberalization, the distribution of income, and poverty in Mexico. She is the author of the book Changes in the Distribution of Income in Mexico and Trade Liberalization ( El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, 1994).

Basañez, Miguel. Mr. Basafiez is president of Perspectiva Estratégica, a major polling firm in Mexico, and editor of Este País. He is joint author with Neil Nevitte and Ronald Inglehart of North American Dilemmas ( Ann Arbor: I.S.R., 1991).

Condon, Bradly J. Professor Condon is the director of the Council for North American Business Studies, programme director of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Foundation for the Americas, and teaches international trade policy at Simon Fraser University. He is a

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