Export Promotion Agencies: What Works and What Doesn't

@article{Lederman2006ExportPA,
  title={Export Promotion Agencies: What Works and What Doesn't},
  author={D. Lederman and M. Olarreaga and L. Payton},
  journal={CEPR Discussion Paper Series},
  year={2006}
}
The number of national export promotion agencies (EPAs) has tripled over the past two decades. While more countries have made them part of their national export strategy, studies have criticized their efficiency in developing countries (Hogan, Keesing, and Singer 1991). Partly in reaction to these critiques, EPAs have been retooled (see International Trade Centre, ITC, 1998 or 2000, for example). This paper studies the impact of existing EPAs and their strategies based on a new data set… Expand
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