Border Policy Brief
Trade, Economic Relationships, Comparative Analyses
In 2013, the BPRI launched a long-term study to analyze the behavior of Canadians crossing the border to shop in Northwest Washington by counting the percentage of Canadian license plates in specified shopping locations along the Interstate 5 corridor. Our “license plate survey” includes data collected over the course of 6 weeks (3 days per week), for a total of 18 survey days in 2013 and 2016. This Border Policy Brief is a comparative analysis of the data collected in 2013, when the loonie averaged $0.97 USD, and data collected in 2016 in the same locations, when the loonie averaged $0.76 USD.
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Border Policy Research Institute, "Changes in Canadian Shopping Visits to Northwest Washington, 2013-2016" (2017). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 2.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
United States--Boundaries--Canada; Canada--Boundaries--United States
United States; Canada