About NORTH AMERICAN INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
NORTH AMERICAN INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, naid NORTH AMERICAN INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER The NAID Center was founded in 1995 to conduct interdisciplinary research concerning the economic integration process between the United States, Mexico and Canada, and to assist communities and governments with projects and policies for sustainable and equitable development across borders. Its activities over the last decade have followed the trajectory of globalizing trade, capital and migration in the midst of intra- and inter- regional disparities in income and productivity across communities and regions in the United States and Latin America. The major research areas at NAID include economic and policy analysis of integration, including both economic modeling projections and empirical data tracking employment and incomes as related to trade, capital, migration and remittances flows.
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