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1 Mar 2010
Public information and advocacy materials

By Martín Molinuevo
This policy brief reviews the threat of protectionism to the service sector in the aftermath of the global economic crisis.

 
1 Jul 2010
Public information and advocacy materials

By Patrick Messerlin
This policy brief discusses the interplay between climate and trade communities.

 
27 Sep 2010
Public information and advocacy materials

By Martin Wermelinger and Ian Barnes

 
1 Nov 2010
Public information and advocacy materials

By Ben Shepherd
This policy brief reviews the importance of service trade facilitation in the Asia-Pacific.

 
1 Nov 2010
Public information and advocacy materials

By Nitya Nanda and Rajan Sudesh Ratna
The policy brief reviews the emerging issues of carbon standards and labelling, and policymaking implications in developing countries.

 
1 Dec 2010
Public information and advocacy materials

By Shunli Yao
This policy brief attempts to untangle the "Leontief Paradox" and its causes by examing China's industrial policies.

 
1 Nov 2011
Public information and advocacy materials

By Simon J. Evenett
This policy brief reviews the role of industrial policy in the Asia-Pacific after the East Asian Financial Crisis in the late 1990s.

 
12 Jul 2012
Public information and advocacy materials

This is the Presentation on, Mainstreaming DRR into National Plan, Policies and Programmes in Nepal, by Mr. Purushottam Ghimire, Joint Secretary, National Planning Commission (NPC), Nepal, delivered during the Regional workshop on Geo-referenced Disaster Risk Management Information System in South and South-West Asia, and central Asia, held on 10 to 12 July 2012 in Kathmandu, Nepal.

 
1 Feb 2012
Public information and advocacy materials

By Leonardo Baccini and Johannes Urpelainen
Why do countries form treaties that commit them to politically controversial reforms? Do these treaties cause economic reform across the world? Although a large body of literature has analyzed the causes and consequences of preferential trading agreements, previous studies mostly ignore the non-trade effects of PTAs. In this brief, the authors argue that these non-trade effects are central to understanding the causes and consequences of the recent wave of PTAs.

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