James Gerber

James Gerber is a nonresident fellow at Rice University’s Center for the U.S. and Mexico in its Baker Institute for Public Policy and emeritus professor of economics at San Diego State University, where he also served as director of the Latin American Studies program. He is the author of A Great Deal of Ruin: Financial Crises Since 1929 and the textbook International Economics, now in its eighth edition.

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Border Economies

Border Economies

Cities Bridging the U.S.-Mexico Divide

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