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Aid for Trade and Development

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Bernard Hoekman, Faizel Ismail, Michael Finger, Dirk Willem te Velde, Sheila Page, Massimiliano Calì, Dominique Njinkeu, Bede Lyimo, Edward Sungula, Sok Siphana, Antoni Estevadeordal, Paolo Giordano, Anneke Jessen, Jessica Luna, Kati Suominen, Deryck Brown, Amanda Sunassee, Pierre Sauvé, Ramesh Chaitoo, William Lyakurwa, Olu Ajakaiye, Olawale Ogunkola, Ann Weston, Aldo Caliari, Havelock Brewster, Dominique Njinkeu
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  • Date Published: December 2007
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521889513

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  • Following in the wake of the World Trade Organization’s engagement with Aid for Trade, this book brings together a range of perspectives around this emerging issue. The collection of articles in this volume presents many of the ideas elaborated through research conducted by International Lawyers and Economists Against Poverty (ILEAP) since 2005 and is intended to provide a basis for further study. Since many of the contributions on aid for trade to date have come from the North, the book looks to deepen the debate by forwarding voices and experiences from the South. The book traces the evolution of Aid for Trade from its beginnings and examines the global architecture, modalities, and costs associated with its implementation. Drawing on lessons from national and regional experiences, this book further explores ways in which Aid for Trade can both move forward and become a real tool for poverty reduction in beneficiary countries.

    • Contributions from leading experts in the field of development and trade
    • Comprehensive account of the origins and experiences of Aid for Trade
    • One of the first volumes available on Aid for Trade
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    'The framework for Aid for Trade has recently been shaped within the WTO Task Force on Aid for Trade. This book is very timely as it deepens and broadens the discussion on how Aid for Trade most effectively can ensure that trade becomes a forceful tool for sustainable development and poverty reduction. It includes a variety of voices and perspectives, also from developing countries, and is highly recommended reading to all preoccupied with the increased participation of developing countries in international trade.' Dr Mia Horn af Rantzien, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Sweden to the WTO, Chair of the WTO Task Force on Aid for Trade

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    • Date Published: December 2007
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521889513
    • length: 448 pages
    • dimensions: 260 x 184 x 25 mm
    • weight: 0.924kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Aid for Trade Genesis and Architecture:
    1. Aid for Trade: helping developing countries benefit from trade opportunities Bernard Hoekman
    2. Aid for Trade: an essential component of the multilateral trading system and the WTO Doha Development agenda Faizel Ismail
    3. Aid for Trade: how we got here, where we might go Michael Finger
    4. Financing international public goods: a framework to address Aid for Trade Dirk Willem te Velde
    5. Aid for Trade: a new issue in the WTO Sheila Page
    6. Scale and types of funds for Aid for Trade Massimiliano Calì
    7. An African perspective on Aid for Trade Dominique Njinkeu et al.
    Part II. Aid for Trade in Action:
    8. Lessons from the Tanzanian experience in trade capacity building Bede Lyimo and Edward Sungula
    9. Lessons from the Cambodian experience in trade capacity building Sok Siphana
    10. Lessons learned delivering Aid for Trade in Latin America and the Caribbean: the role of the Inter-American Development Bank Antoni Estevadeordal, Paolo Giordano, Anneke Jessen, Jessica Luna and Kati Suominen
    11. Mainstreaming development in trade: lessons from the Caribbean's experience with the FTAA Hemispheric Cooperation Program Deryck Brown
    12. Aid for Trade and the European Development Fund Amanda Sunassee
    13. Services-related projects in Aid for Trade Pierre Sauvé
    14. Aid for Trade for services in small economies: some considerations from the Caribbean Ramesh Chaitoo
    15. The role of local researchers in delivery of Aid for Trade: the case of the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) William Lyakurwa, Olu Ajakaiye and Olawale Ogunkola
    16. The role of international research institutions and networks in supporting low-income countries in trade policy-making and negotiations Ann Weston
    17. Civil society perspectives in the Aid for Trade debate Aldo Caliari
    Part III. Way Forward:
    18. Aid for Trade and private sector development Havelock Brewster and Dominique Njinkeu
    19. Regional Aid for Trade Dirk Willem te Velde.

  • Editors

    Dominique Njinkeu, ILEAP, Toronto

    Hugo Cameron, ILEAP, Toronto

    Contributors

    Bernard Hoekman, Faizel Ismail, Michael Finger, Dirk Willem te Velde, Sheila Page, Massimiliano Calì, Dominique Njinkeu, Bede Lyimo, Edward Sungula, Sok Siphana, Antoni Estevadeordal, Paolo Giordano, Anneke Jessen, Jessica Luna, Kati Suominen, Deryck Brown, Amanda Sunassee, Pierre Sauvé, Ramesh Chaitoo, William Lyakurwa, Olu Ajakaiye, Olawale Ogunkola, Ann Weston, Aldo Caliari, Havelock Brewster, Dominique Njinkeu

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