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Annotated Bibliography: NAFTA’s Impact on the Mexican Labor Industry This annotated bibliography will focus on NAFTA’s impact on the Mexican labor industry. The articles below discuss issues regarding the effect of NAFTA on the Mexican labor industry from an economical, legal and sociological perspective. The chosen articles look at the impact of NAFTA on the Mexican labor industry by discussing economic issues such as wage inequality and income inequality since NAFTA, legal issues such NAFTA’s impact on the rights of female and children laborers in Mexico, and sociological issues such as NAFTA’s effect on Mexican occupational health and safety. Economics 1. Campos-Vázquez, R. M. (2010). Why did wage inequality decrease in Mexico after NAFTA? El Colegio de México, Centro de Estudios Económicos. Campos-Vázquez focuses on explaining why wage inequality decreased in Mexico since NAFTA. Campos-Vázquez solely focuses on Mexico. The author uses the concept of
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