Spatial Integration of Mexico-U.S. Grain Markets: The Case of Maize, Wheat and Sorghum

  title={Spatial Integration of Mexico-U.S. Grain Markets: The Case of Maize, Wheat and Sorghum},
  author={Jos{\'e} Luis Jaramillo Villanueva and Antonio Yunez Naude and Valeria Serrano Cote},
El gobierno mexicano profundizo la liberalizacion del comercio agricola en los 1990 y ello condujo al aumento en los flujos de comercio de granos en America del Norte. Utilizando datos de precios de Mexico e internacionales para el maiz, sorgo y trigo, de 1981 a 2010, mostramos que el comercio entre Mexico y los Estados Unidos de America (EUA) bajo el Tratado de Libre Comercio de America del Norte (TLCAN) ha implicado cambio estructural en los precios recibidos por los productores mexicanos de… 

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