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Reaching across the Border: Intergovernmental Relations between Texas and Mexico

Reaching across the Border: Intergovernmental Relations between Texas and Mexico

Project directed by Victoria Rodríguez and Peter M. Ward

Texas enjoys an especially important strategic relationship with Mexico. This study is the first to systematically analyze this cross-border intergovernmental relationship within four major public policy arenas: Criminal Justice, Trade and Commerce, Transportation, and the Environment. The study evaluates the modes of contact, the level of communication, the extent of cooperation, and the ways in which public policy officials on either side of the border view each other.

Policy Research Project Reports Series No. 134
2000 / 8.5" x 11" / 254 pp.
ISBN-10: 0-89940-747-1
Publication Code (PR-134)

 

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