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Maquiladoras and migration

workers in the Mexico-United States border industrialization program

by Mitchell A. Seligson

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Published by Mexico-U.S. Border Research Program, University of Texas, Distributed by the University of Texas Press in [Austin, Tex.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico.,
  • Southwestern States.,
  • Mexican-American Border Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Industrial policy -- Mexico.,
    • Industrial policy -- Southwestern States.,
    • Industrialization -- Mexican-American Border Region.,
    • Manufacturing industries -- Subcontracting -- Mexican-American Border Region.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMitchell A. Seligson and Edward J. Williams.
      ContributionsWilliams, Edward J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC135 .S362 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 202 p. ;
      Number of Pages202
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3491234M
      ISBN 100292750722
      LC Control Number82011027

        All aspects are covered, including the army's and policy fight against and (often) complicit involvement with the narcos, the war's effect on immigration, the recent involvement of Native border tribes in the issue, the complicity of the maquiladoras in providing the grounds for recruitment, the complicity of the U.S. in regards to easy /5(44). migration an option not only for maquila employees, but also for the wider population in newly industrialized areas. A middle position has been suggested by economic theorists who argue that international trade (e.g., maquila imports and exports), capital flows (e.g., foreign investment in maquiladoras), and international migration are not.

      “A deeply felt and thoroughly researched work, Women and Migration in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands brings together some of the most important feminist voices in the field of immigration and transnational studies. I think Gloria Anzaldúa would have been proud to see how the authors of this book took her concept of the borderlands and grounded it ethnographically in the sorrows, struggles, and. Women’s migration within Mexico and from Mexico to the United States is increasing; nearly as many women as men are migrating. This development gives rise to new social negotiations, which have not been well examined in migration studies until now. This pathbreaking reader analyzes how.

      However, since the third quarter of the Mexican maquiladora sector has recovered, with the opening of several new maquiladoras, mainly at the expense of El Paso, where most transnational “twin plants” have closed and moved to Juarez in recent years In , the last year with statistics verified by INEGI41, there were ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Thirty years of Mexican maquiladoras --Dualism or heterogeneity in maquiladoras --Implications of economic restructuring for regional development --NAFTA's effect on the Western industrial corridor --The Nogales, Sonora, area as a research site - .


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The arrangement allows plant owners to take advantage of low-cost labour and to pay duty only on the “value added”—that is, on the value of the finished product minus the total cost of the components that had been imported to make it.

The vast majority of maquiladoras are owned. THE FEMINIZATION OF MIGRATION: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY BIBLIOGRAPHY. Introduction: “My mother told me go the border. You will not find work here [in Toluca]. I came to the border to work in the maquiladoras.” (Amparo, maquiladora worker, mother of two, fired for organizing for justice in the NAFTA factories of Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico.).

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