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The Development Dimension
Succeeding with Trade Reforms
The Role of Aid for Trade
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  05 juin 2013
Pages: 136 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264201194 , Code OCDE: 432013131P1
Prix:   €35 | $49 | £31 | ¥4500 | MXN630 , Frais de livraison inclus
Disponibilité: Disponible
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Succeeding with Trade Reforms: The Role of Aid for Trade highlights the potential of aid for trade to boost economic growth and reduce poverty, while discussing the various reasons why it may not be realised. In so doing, this book draws lessons for the design of aid-for-trade projects and programmes and for increasing their effectiveness. Building on this analysis, the book also quantifies the binding constraints to trade in developing countries and the importance of complementary and compatible policies (such as education, governance, business environment and macroeconomic stability) to maximise the impact of trade reforms on trade and economic growth.

Tables des matières:

Executive summary
Chapter 1. Trade reform experience and lessons for designing aid for trade
-Two problems with trade reforms that impact on aid for trade
-Why do some countries encounter these problems?
-How aid for trade can help
-Avoiding policy reversal: The role of compatible policies
-Why policy reversal matters for aid for trade
-What are compatible policies?
-Compatible policy lessons for the design of aid for trade
-Maximising the growth response to trade: the role of complementary policies
-Why complementary policies matter for aid for trade
-What are the complementary policies?
-Lessons for the design of aid for trade
Chapter 2. Estimating the constraints to trade of developing countries
-Estimating the impact of the binding constraints: Methodology and data
-Benchmark results
-The most binding constraints to trade
-The importance of complementary and compatible policies
-Results for landlocked countries
-Results for small and vulnerable economies (SVEs)
-Results for commodity exporters
Chapter 3. Two case studies in Uganda and Azerbaijan
-Uganda Case Study
-Azerbaijan Case Study
ANNEX A. Method and data sources
-A.1. Model and estimation method
-A.2. Data sources and definition of the variables
-A.3. List of countries
ANNEX B. Alternative regressions
ANNEX C. Main business constraints according to firms’ surveys
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