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Trade liberalisation has to be accompanied by measures in support of vulnerable children
N. Jones; N.N. Anh; N.T. Hang / Q-Squared: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Poverty Analysis 2007
This paper examines the impact of trade liberalisation and WTO accession on child poverty in Vietnam. Trade increases wealth, but has varying impact on different members of a household. It affects child well-being and thus human capit...
Ideas for stabilising oil prices
G. Luciani / Gulf Research Centre 2007
Over the course of 2007 oil prices have doubled. If prices continue to rise in this manner the world economy will suffer as will major oil exporters. The Gulf Research Center discusses three possible explanations of this recent price ...
Innovative practices for connecting small-scale producers with local and regional markets
International Institute for Environment and Development 2007
Rapid changes are taking place in agri-food markets in middle and low-income countries and small-scale agriculture, which supports the livelihoods of the majority of rural poor, is poorly prepared for these changes. These 8 case studi...
Consolidating global efforts for trade justice
Christian Aid 2007
This advocacy guide examines what is meant by trade justice, what needs to change, and how the campaign will help make poverty history. It argues that forcing liberalisation on poor countries will not help them out of povert...
The damage of NAFTA for Mexico and how to increase benefits from FDI
L. Zarsky; K.P. Gallagher / Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University 2007
In joining the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Mexico expected a rise in foreign direct investment (FDI) that would bring environmental benefits through the growth of cleaner industry sectors, transfer of technology, and ...
Infant-industry protection with export oriented growth
K. Yokota / The International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development 2007
Should governments intervene in infant domestic industries? This paper examines trade policy that protects infant domestic industries and illustrates that an export-led strategy for developing countries can reduce the optimal rate of ...
Making trade work for the poor
W. Corrales-Leal / International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development 2007
Trade-supported Strategies for Sustainable Development (TSDS) aim at putting trade liberalisation and other strategies to work in favour of sustainable development in developing countries. This report presents the basic concepts and p...
EU must reform trade arrangements to promote development in African, Caribbean, and Pacific countries
C. Delpeuch / Groupe d'Economie Mondiale 2007
The European Union (EU) and the African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) countries are entering the final negotiations over Economic Partnership Agreements (EPA) that would liberalise bilateral trade between the EU and six ACP regional g...
The EU's Asian trade strategy needs revision away from all-encompassing FTAs
R. Sally / European centre for international political economy 2007
Due to the stalling of the WTO’s Doha round, the European Union pursues a new policy on free trade agreements (FTAs) centred on negotiations with three Asian partners. The author believes that this new policy is unlikely to deli...
Inherent problems with the Doha round
T. Hertel; R. Keeney; L.A. Winters / Vox 2007
The multilateral trade negotiations of the WTO’s Doha Development Agenda appear once more to be on the brink of collapse. This article asks why agriculture, a sector that contributes so little to rich countries’ economies,...
Items 1 to 10 of 1802

Items 1 to 10 of 1802

Trade liberalisation has to be accompanied by measures in support of vulnerable children
N. Jones; N.N. Anh; N.T. Hang / Q-Squared: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Poverty Analysis 2007
This paper examines the impact of trade liberalisation and WTO accession on child poverty in Vietnam. Trade increases wealth, but has varying impact on different members of a household. It affects child well-being and thus human capit...
Ideas for stabilising oil prices
G. Luciani / Gulf Research Centre 2007
Over the course of 2007 oil prices have doubled. If prices continue to rise in this manner the world economy will suffer as will major oil exporters. The Gulf Research Center discusses three possible explanations of this recent price ...
Innovative practices for connecting small-scale producers with local and regional markets
International Institute for Environment and Development 2007
Rapid changes are taking place in agri-food markets in middle and low-income countries and small-scale agriculture, which supports the livelihoods of the majority of rural poor, is poorly prepared for these changes. These 8 case studi...
Consolidating global efforts for trade justice
Christian Aid 2007
This advocacy guide examines what is meant by trade justice, what needs to change, and how the campaign will help make poverty history. It argues that forcing liberalisation on poor countries will not help them out of povert...
The damage of NAFTA for Mexico and how to increase benefits from FDI
L. Zarsky; K.P. Gallagher / Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University 2007
In joining the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Mexico expected a rise in foreign direct investment (FDI) that would bring environmental benefits through the growth of cleaner industry sectors, transfer of technology, and ...
Infant-industry protection with export oriented growth
K. Yokota / The International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development 2007
Should governments intervene in infant domestic industries? This paper examines trade policy that protects infant domestic industries and illustrates that an export-led strategy for developing countries can reduce the optimal rate of ...
Making trade work for the poor
W. Corrales-Leal / International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development 2007
Trade-supported Strategies for Sustainable Development (TSDS) aim at putting trade liberalisation and other strategies to work in favour of sustainable development in developing countries. This report presents the basic concepts and p...
EU must reform trade arrangements to promote development in African, Caribbean, and Pacific countries
C. Delpeuch / Groupe d'Economie Mondiale 2007
The European Union (EU) and the African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) countries are entering the final negotiations over Economic Partnership Agreements (EPA) that would liberalise bilateral trade between the EU and six ACP regional g...
The EU's Asian trade strategy needs revision away from all-encompassing FTAs
R. Sally / European centre for international political economy 2007
Due to the stalling of the WTO’s Doha round, the European Union pursues a new policy on free trade agreements (FTAs) centred on negotiations with three Asian partners. The author believes that this new policy is unlikely to deli...
Inherent problems with the Doha round
T. Hertel; R. Keeney; L.A. Winters / Vox 2007
The multilateral trade negotiations of the WTO’s Doha Development Agenda appear once more to be on the brink of collapse. This article asks why agriculture, a sector that contributes so little to rich countries’ economies,...
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