The Bush School/Law School Capstone on State and Local Trade Barriers
Project AdvisorMumpower, Jeryl L.
Morriss, Andrew P.
Henning, William H.
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The client for this capstone is the North American Strategy for Competitiveness (NASCO), a nonprofit voluntary coalition of North American governments, businesses, and educational institutions. One of NASCO’s core missions is improving the competitiveness of the North American supply chain. NASCO is concerned that regulatory efforts at the state and local level are creating barriers to trade along the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) corridor. This capstone will provide NASCO with a careful description of the trade frictions that occur as a product moves across national and state boundaries and a framework for dealing with regulations that impose undue burdens on the free flow of goods and services in North America.
ClientNorth American Strategy for Competitiveness (NASCO)
DepartmentPublic Service and Administration
Dean, James; Dierker, Benjamin R.; Connally, Thomas; Franklin, Gregory; Gaber, Isis; Gullo, Stephanie; Lesnau, Jessica; Lincoln, Charles Edward Andrew IV; Marsh, Rachel; Riyaz, Fatima; Roberto, Cinthya; Sankey, Michael Scott; Self, Ryan (2016). The Bush School/Law School Capstone on State and Local Trade Barriers. Available electronically from
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