Increasing the Impact of Trade Expansion on Growth: Lessons from Trade Reforms for the Design of Aid for Trade
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Keywordsaid effectiveness; aid for trade; complementary policies; sequencing of reforms; supply-side constraints; trade and growth; trade expansion; trade reform;
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- NEP-INT-2010-11-27 (International Trade)
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