This book sets out how much aid OECD countries are already providing towards trade-related activities in developing countries and reviews the effectiveness of existing programmes. It argues that reinforcing mutual accountability at the local level, together with a global review mechanism, would enhance the impact of Aid for Trade.
Table of contents:
Foreword Acronyms Executive Summary Introduction Chapter 1. The Origins Chapter 2. The Scope of the Aid for Trade Agenda Chapter 3. Donor Support Chapter 4. The Global Aid Context: The Challenges of Scaling Up Chapter 5. When Is Aid Effective Chapter 6. An Effective Aid for Trade Partnership: Local Accountability and Global Review Annex A. Methodology Annex B. CRS Purpose Codes Annex C. DAC List of ODA Recipients Annex D. Key Findings from Selected Donor TRTA/CB Evaluations References