The Social Construction of Free Trade: The European Union, NAFTA, and Mercosur

@inproceedings{Duina2007TheSC,
  title={The Social Construction of Free Trade: The European Union, NAFTA, and Mercosur},
  author={Francesco Duina},
  year={2007}
}
List of Figures and Tables ix A Note on Translations xi Acknowledgments xiii Abbreviations xvii Part I: Introduction and Theoretical Framework Chapter One: Visions of Free Trade 3 Chapter Two: Institutions, Politics, and the Making of Regional Markets 29 Part II: The Evolution of Law and Society in the EU, Mercosur, and NAFTA Chapter Three: The Use of Regional Law to Standardize Reality 63 Chapter Four: The Targets and Content of Regional Law 101 Chapter Five: Societal Adjustments to… 
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