The Center for North American Studies meets high-priority national needs to provide objective analyses for rapid, precise responses to emerging trade and international policy issues. Priority programs include: (1) response to national and state priorities with economic impact analysis; (2) identification and analysis of crucial emerging international trade trends and issues; and (3) development and implementation of extension programs to educate key business and policy leaders. The Texas A&M University System – Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Texas Tech University, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, and New Mexico State University lead CNAS programs and activities.
- Symposium: Impacts of the Panama Canal Expansion on the U.S. and Southern Agricultural Trade
- Symposium: Cuba: Prospects and Issues for Agricultural Trade
- Structural Reform and Agricultural Export Performance: Paper – Presentation
- Brazil Cotton Transportation Report
- Emerging Markets for U.S. Agriculture: Focus on Cuba
- Impacts of Transportation Infrastructure on the U.S. Cotton Industry
- National & Regional Impacts of U.S. Agriculture Exports Part 1 – Part 2