A global perspective on effectiveness of aid for trade

Zhang, J

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Abstract

Recent global initiatives on debt relief and development assistance call for increasing aid for trade to the poorest countries. The paper applies a multi-country computable general equilibrium model to measure the effectiveness of alternative aid for trade categories. The findings show that aid for trade policies expand trade and alleviate international income inequalities in the recipient countries, that will benefit mainly from aid for trade adjustment and technical assistance.
Lingua originaleEnglish
EditoreThe World Bank
Numero di pagine27
Volume6126
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2012

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NomeWORLD BANK POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER

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Trade policy
Income inequality
Technical assistance
Debt relief

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Zhang, J (2012). A global perspective on effectiveness of aid for trade. (WORLD BANK POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER). The World Bank.

A global perspective on effectiveness of aid for trade. / Zhang, J.

The World Bank, 2012. 27 pag. (WORLD BANK POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER).

Risultato della ricerca: Book

Zhang, J 2012, A global perspective on effectiveness of aid for trade. WORLD BANK POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER, vol. 6126, The World Bank.
Zhang, J. A global perspective on effectiveness of aid for trade. The World Bank, 2012. 27 pag. (WORLD BANK POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER).
Zhang, J. / A global perspective on effectiveness of aid for trade. The World Bank, 2012. 27 pag. (WORLD BANK POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER).
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