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We l f a r e effects of economic integration are often studied with aggregate data, and as such provide limited insights about the effects of trade pacts to individual economic agents in the free trade area. In this study a three-digit disaggre g a t e d c o m m o d i t y / i n d u s t r y data grouped under the Standard International Tr a d e Classification is used to empirically assess the economic benefits of the Nort h American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Import demand elasticities from adoi:10.11130/jei.19126.96.36.1990 fatcat:jqyvxgveubcixli2e67alm536q