Recent trends in border economics

Thomas M. Fullerton
2003 The Social science journal (Fort Collins)  
Greater cross-border economic integration in many regions has caused the field of border economics to expand rapidly. It has also occurred as a consequence of growing recognition of the necessity to examine economic phenomena within the unique contexts imposed by geo-political market segmentation. Some of the areas in which substantial research efforts are being directed include population, business cycle transmission, exchange rates, industrial development, labor markets, and natural resources.
doi:10.1016/s0362-3319(03)00070-3 fatcat:qpf6s5hs5be3vax5hmh3mcx54y