NORTH AMERICAN MODEL OF INTEGRATION
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NORTH AMERICAN MODEL OF INTEGRATION
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The author formulates the main features of North American model of integration in comparison with the classical European one and some other regional models. She tries to explain revealed differences by such underlying factors as type of capitalism, prevailing law system, and federalism.
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NORTH AMERICAN MODEL OF INTEGRATION, COMPARATIVE REGIONALISM, CANADA
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01.10.2011
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