Where to Spend the Next Million ? Applying Impact Evaluation to Trade Assistance

@inproceedings{Fernandes2011WhereTS,
  title={Where to Spend the Next Million ? Applying Impact Evaluation to Trade Assistance},
  author={Ana Margarida Fernandes and Julien Gourdon and Aaditya Mattoo},
  year={2011}
}
edited by Olivier Cadot, Ana M. Fernandes, Julien Gourdon and Aaditya Mattoo “A welcome trend is emerging towards more clinical and thoughtful approaches to addressing constraints faced by developing countries as they seek to benefit from the gains from trade. But this evolving approach brings with it formidable analytical challenges that we have yet to surmount. We need to know more about available options for evaluating Aid for Trade, which interventions yield the highest returns, and whether… CONTINUE READING

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