Abstract for decades, the maquiladora industry has been a major economic engine along the us–mexico border since the 1970s, researchers have analyzed how the maquiladora indus- try affects cities along both sides of the border hanson produced the first comprehensive study on the impact of the maquiladoras. From a us perspective, 70% of the labor-intensive fortune 500 companies have maquiladora operations companies can establish a subcontracting relationship with a us or mexican subcontractor with plants in mexico nafta's main objectives, according to the official three-nation summary are. About 255,000 people work directly in juárez's 330 maquiladoras, about 13 percent of the total nationally, making juárez one of the largest concentrations of manufacturing on the us/mexico border almost all the plants are foreign-owned eight of juárez's 17 largest factories belong to us corporations. Researchers the research begins with a content analysis of 35 narratives from newspapers, human rights reports, and academic journals sixteen of these narratives discuss north american free trade agreement (nafta) in relation with the violence in juarez analysis indicates that gender issues are intertwined with the. Manufacturers to the us market makes the competition between mexico and china even more intense, and the analysis more revealing3 maquiladoras are export assembly plants historically specialized in labor-intensive products such as apparel, footwear, electronics and toys since 1965, long before the north.
Activities of us co's mexican controlled foreign corporations, maquila 1 and maquila 2, pursuant to the of maquila 1 and maquila 2, pursuant to the agreements between us co maquila 1, and mexico within the meaning of sections 863(b) and 864(a) is an inherently factual question that can only be. Taken of those returned by the us border patrol10 the emif data bases can be analyzed to learn something about whether those with maquiladora work experience in mexico are likely to migrate to the us, but they are very limited the surveys are categorized by those who collect the data into four migratory streams or. The causes of this unfortunate observation are the more than 3,000 manufacturing plants that cover the mexican border known as the “maquiladoras ” the maquiladoras are the mostly american-owned factories along the mexican border that assemble products for export to us markets (nation's health, 1998) the mexican.
Design/methodology/approach – phenomenological interviews were conducted with managers overseeing various aspects of the cross‐border supply chain the resulting data were analyzed using a grounded theory methodology to uncover theoretical linkages. Cost-benefit analyses are fairly central to mainstream economics even if one sets aside developments in economics of information or behaviour economics, which make room for irrationalities, social and psychological factors or asymmetries in information, economists will insist, and most of us may agree,.
Mexico's maquilladora (manufacturing) industry has weathered the global economic downturn and is expanding in a multimedia series, we explore the reasons why despite its ideal location right on the us-mexico border, new mexico ranks 38th in trade with mexico that's a fact not lost on the business. Analysis by applying moser's model to the juárez murders, this research sheds light on intersections among gender, labour, and violence and may provide lessons for those interested in in the us and canada as well, such as the maquila solidarity network, women on the border, and the coalition on violence against.
Maquiladoras have also been an engine of growth for the us– mexico border however, the recent decline of maquiladora operations has raised concerns about the impact on us suppliers and on the economy of border communities because of these concerns, gao was asked to analyze (1) changes. The objective of this paper is to analyze the different perspectives of the roles played by the maquiladora in central america as a lever of economic growth and social automotive industries since the seventies, all central american countries have had legal regimens to sustaining and promoting the maquiladora industry.
Ciudad juárez, chihuahua, is home to the us–mexico border's largest maquiladora labor force, and also its worst air industrial polluters, and we use regression analysis to determine whether the poor suffer maquiladoras are clearly not the leading cause of air pollution in ciudad juárez and el paso moreover. The focus of this study is on the cooperative operational program known as “ production sharing”, as developed in the us/mexico border zone and in designated regions of the mexican interior this program is also known by the common spanish name of “maquiladora” (meaning “contract milling”) industry despite the. Like the us turnover is much less during periods of recession in periods of high employment, turnover increases when labor is plentiful at the border, workers gravitate from inland in the country toward the higher paying maquiladora jobs at the border this helps to stabilize labor pools if the labor market heats up.