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Beyond Hecksher-Ohlin: trade and labour market interactions in a case study for Chile
In an era of globalization, patterns of economic growth and employment will depend critically upon domestic labour market conditions. This paper presents empirical evidence on how labour market regulations might interact with expanded trade. We present computable general equilibrium model simulations of recent trade reform proposals for Chile.
Colombia and the NAFTA
This paper presents an averview of the most recent trade policy reforms in Colombia and a brief analysis of their potential effects in this county's trade flows. This set the stage for the main objective of this paper: a preliminary general equilibrium assessment of the economic effects of Colombia's hypotetical accession to the North America Free Agreement.