Peach Jim Peach is the Robert O. Anderson Distinguished Professor
of Economics for the Department of Economics and International Business at
New Mexico State University. He holds a B.A.in Mathematics from the University
of Texas at Austin, and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Texas
He is past-president of the Association of Borderlands Studies, and
president-elect of the Association for Evolutionary Economics. He has been named to the Who's Who Among America's Teachers in both 1996 and 2000, and is the author (with Richard V. Adkisson) of numerous journal articles regarding Mexico including U.S.-Mexico Income Convergence? (June 2002), and NAFTA and Economic Activity Along the U.S.-Mexico Border (June 2000) in the Journal of Economic Issues, and Voting for President: Elections along the United States Border with Mexico in the Journal of Borderlands Studies (Vol. XIV, 1999).