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Readings Week 1
Our past as prologue: introduction to the tenth anniversary issue of the Review of International Political Economy
Blyth, M., & Spruyt, H. (2003). Our past as prologue: Introduction to the tenth anniversary issue of the review of international political economy. Review of International Political Economy, 10(4), 607-620.
State, market, and global political economy: genealogy of an (inter-?) discipline.
Underhill, G.R.D. (2000). State, market, and global political economy: genealogy of an (inter-?) discipline. International Affairs, 76(4), 805-824.
Readings Week 2
People Flows in Globalization.
Freeman, R. B. (2006). People flows in globalization. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 20(2), 145-170.
Pushing the boundary: state restructuring, state theory, and the case of U.S.–Mexico border enforcement in the 1990s
Purcell, M., & Nevins, J. (2005). Pushing the boundary: State restructuring, state theory, and the case of U.S.–Mexico border enforcement in the 1990s. Political Geography, 24(2), 211-235. doi:DOI: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2004.09.015
Borders after 11 September 2001
Anderson, J. (2002). Borders after 11 september 2001. Space & Polity, 6(2), 227-232. doi:10.1080/1356257022000003653
Readings Week 3
Not Just a Matter of Criminal Justice: States, Institutions, and North American Drug Policy
Benoit, E. (2003). Not just a matter of criminal justice: States, institutions, and north american drug policy. Sociological Forum, 18(2), 269.
Outsourcing and Insourcing Crime: The Political Economy of Globalized Criminal Activity
Broude, T., & Teichman, D. (2009). Outsourcing and insourcing crime: The political economy of globalized criminal activity. Vanderbilt Law Review, 62(3), 795-848.
Readings Week 4
CHIPS, a new way to monitor Colonias along the United States-Mexico Border
Parcher, J. W., Humberson, D. G., United States, & Geological Survey. (2007). CHIPS, a new way to monitor colonias along the united states-mexico border [Abstract]. 2007-1230 23.
The Changing Map of American Poverty in an Era of Economic Restructuring and Political Realignment
Kodras, J. E. (1997). The changing map of american poverty in an era of economic restructuring and political realignment. Economic Geography, 73(1), pp. 67-93.
The Tijuana Two-Step: The Border Patrol's Teargassing of Colonia Libertad and Extraterritorial Criminalization of Mexican Citizens.
Castro, R. F. (2008). The tijuana two-step: The border patrol's teargassing of colonia libertad and extraterritorial criminalization of mexican citizens. Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy, 20, 53-59.
Ambivalent Landscapes: Environmental Justice in the US–Mexico Borderlands
Johnson, M. A., & Niemeyer, E. D. (2008; 2008). Ambivalent landscapes: Environmental justice in the US–Mexico borderlands. Human Ecology, 36(3), 371
Murder in Juárez.
Livingston, J. (2004). Murder in juárez. Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, 25(1), 59-76.
To Address Health Disparities on the US-Mexico Border: Advance Human Rights
Mondragón, D., & Brandon, J. (2004). To address health disparities on the US-mexico border: Advance human rights. Health and Human Rights, 8(1), pp. 178-195.
Readings Week 5
Ports of Entry as Nodes in the World System.
Heyman, J. M. (2004). Ports of entry as nodes in the world system. Identities, 11(3), 303-327. doi:10.1080/10702890490493518
Illegal Migration from Mexico to the United States.
HANSON, G. H. (2006). Illegal migration from mexico to the united states. Journal of Economic Literature, 44(4), 869-924.
Mexico: US Migration: Views from Both Sides of the Border
Hill, K., & Wong, R. (2005). Mexico: US migration: Views from both sides of the border. Population and Development Review, 31(1), pp. 1-18.
Without Borders? Notes on Globalization as a Mobility Regime
Shamir, R. (2005). Without borders? notes on globalization as a mobility regime. Sociological Theory, 23(2), pp. 197-217.
Legal Integration of NAFTA Through Supranational Adjudication
Westbrook, J. L. (2008). Legal integration of NAFTA through supranational adjudication. Texas International Law Journal, 43(3), 349-358.
The Arizona-Sonora Region: A Decade of Transborder Region Building.
Pavlakovich-Kochi, V. (2006). The arizona-sonora region: A decade of transborder region building. Estudios Sociales: Revista De Investigación Científica, 14(27), 25-55.
Borders, integration and convergence in NAFTA and selected european economies.
Angeles, M., Gamez, A., & Ivanova, A. (2004). Borders, integration and convergence in NAFTA and selected european economies. Aportes: Revista Mexicana De Estudios Sobre La Cuenca Del Pacifico, 4(7), 67-120.