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Trade preference erosion : measurement and policy response

Author: Bernard M Hoekman; Will Martin; Carlos Alberto Primo Braga
Publisher: Basingstoke [England] ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan ; Washington, DC : World Bank, ©2009.
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This volume introduces the gender dimension in the empirical analyses on the links between trade and poverty. Gender disparities, an important component of overall inequality, may limit the gains from trade and the potential benefits to poor people. This view is supported by the robust finding that while growth (as well as the gains from trade) is the major vehicle of lifting people out of poverty, it is more likely  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Trade preference erosion.
Basingstoke [England] ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan ; Washington, DC : World Bank, c2009
(DLC) 2008036218
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard M Hoekman; Will Martin; Carlos Alberto Primo Braga
ISBN: 9780821377482 0821377485
OCLC Number: 568421761
Notes: "Most ... chapters were originally presented at the international symposium, "Preference erosion: impacts and policy responses," in Geneva, June 13-14, 2005 ... organized by the World Bank in cooperation with the OECD and the WTO"--P. xi.
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 466 p.) : ill.
Contents: Quantifying the value of preferences and potential erosion losses / Bernard Hoekman, Will Martin, Carlos A. Primo Braga --
Quantifying the value of U.S. tariff preferences for developing countries / Judith M. Dean and John Wainio --
What are European Union Trade preferences worth for sub-Saharan African and other developing countries? / Fabien Candau and Sébastien Jean --
Japan's generalized system of preferences / Norio Komuro --
The Canadian preferential tariff regime and potential economic impacts of its erosion / Przemyslaw Kowalski --
The Australian preferential tariff regime / Douglas Lippoldt --
Multilateral solutions to the erosion of nonreciprocal preferences in nonagricultural market access / Patrick Low, Roberta Piermartini, Jürgen Richtering --
Nonreciprocal preference erosion arising from most-favored-nation liberalization in agriculture : what are the risks? / Patrick Low, Roberta Piermartini, Jürgen Richtering --
The Doha development agenda and preference erosion : modeling the impacts / Dominique van der Mensbrugghe --
Trade preferences for apparel and the role of rules of origin : the case of Africa / Paul Brenton and Çağlar Özden --
Economic policy responses to preference erosion : from trade as aid to aid for trade / Bernard Hoekman and Susan Prowse.
Responsibility: edited by Bernard Hoekman, Will Martin, and Carlos A. Primo Braga.

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This book provides the information needed to make informed assessments of the benefits of trade preferences to developing countries, the risks of these benefits being eroded by trade liberalization;  Read more...

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