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Published: Professor Sikina Jinnah and PhD student Abby Lindsey

Professor Sikina Jinnah and PhD student Abby Lindsey have been published in the January (2015) issue of Review of Policy Research.  The issue is also a special issue on transboundary natural resource governance in North America.

Their “paper examines how overlap between trade and environmental issues are managed under the North American Free Trade Agreement, and specifically the role that the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) Secretariat plays in this process.”

Their article, “Secretariat Influence on Overlap Management Politics in North America: NAFTA and the Commission for Environmental Cooperation,” can be viewed online here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ropr.12106/abstract

Author: sisgep

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