Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Donald W. Baerresen.|
|LC Classifications||HD3616.M43 B34 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 133 p.|
|Number of Pages||133|
|LC Control Number||70162639|
Maquiladoras and Migration: Workers in the Mexico-United States Border Industrialization Program Mexico-United States Border Development Program Series: Authors: Mitchell A. Seligson, Edward J. Williams: Publisher: Mexico-U.S. Border Research Program, University of Texas, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Jul 7, Get this from a library! The economic impact of the Mexican Border Industrialization Program. [Edward Y George; Robert D Tollen; University of Texas at El Paso. Center for Inter-American and Border . The aim of the Border Industrialization Program (BIP), instituted in , was to reduce unemployment in the northern border cities of Mexico. It resulted in the termination of the bracero From: Border Industrialization Program in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States». The border industrialization program of Mexico. Lexington, Mass: Heath Lexington Books. MLA Citation. Baerresen, Donald W. The border industrialization program of Mexico [by] Donald W. Baerresen Heath Lexington Books Lexington, Mass Australian/Harvard Citation.
located as of January in the border area of Mexico under the Border Industrialization Pro-gram, almost 40 percent produce electrical or electronic components or articles and about 25 percent manufacture textile products. Wood products, processed foods, and toys and sporting goods are each manufactured by about 4 to 5 percent of the firms. The Border Industries Program was initiated in as a series of agreements between Mexico and the United States to bring U.S. industries to the Mexican side of the border, and thereby provide employment and income opportunities in a region of relatively high unemployment. border region The new project, which Bermœdez called the Programa Nacional Fronterizo (PRONAF), or National Border Program, which was initiated in January , was an ambitious plan to promote economic and social development in Mexico’s border regions and also to transform them into a kind of vitrina or "showcase" for foreign visitors. The border between the United States and Mexico stretches approximately 2, miles (3, kilometers) from the southern border of Texas to California. The La Paz Agreement () defines the United States-Mexico border region as the area extending kilometers (62 miles) on either side of the border.
The recent economic troubles of Mexico should have surprised no one, for the Mexican economy is an unhealthy one whose basic problems extend back to the nineteenth century - that is the major theme of this study of the formative years of industrialization in Mexico. The author focuses on the forces - economic, political, and technological - that have thwarted Mexican efforts to become a. Border Industrialization Program is an attempt by the Mexican government to solve the problem of high unemployment of their people along the United States-Mexico border while protecting their domestic industry. Baerresen, Donald W. , The border industrialization program of Mexico [by] Donald W. Baerresen Heath Lexington Books Lexington, Mass Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. The economic impact of the border industrialization program in Mexico: An example of program evaluation derived from growth centers theory. - Page By. OAI identifier: oai::pcoll26/ Provided by: USC Digital Library. Download PDF.