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Annex 3: Selected Bibliography on Aid for Trade

Langton D. 2007. “Trade Capacity Building: Foreign Assistance for Trade and Development.” Order code RL 33628. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service. Lawrence R.Z., and T. Rosito. 2006. “A New Compensation Mechanism for Preference Erosion in the Doha Round.” Faculty Research Working Papers Series, RWP06-044: John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (October). Limao, N., and M. Olarreaga. 2005. “Trade Preferences to Small Developing Countries and the Welfare Costs of Lost Multilateral Liberalization.” Policy Research Working Paper No. 3565, Washington D.C.: World Bank. Newfarmer, R., ed. Trade, Doha and Development: A Window Into the Issues. Washington D.C.: The World Bank. ODI (Overseas Development Institute). 2006. “Views on Aid for Trade by Multilateral Organizations: World bank, ITC, IMF.” Compilation of inputs to Aid for Trade Task Force, London: Overseas Development Institute. OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development). 2004. “Financing Global and Regional Public Goods through ODA: Analysis and Evidence from the OECD Creditor Reporting System.” Paris: OECD. ______. 2005. “Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness.” Paris: OECD. ______. 2006. “Aid for Trade: Support for an Expanding Agenda.” Paper for the meeting of the Working Party of the Trade Committee, March 30–31, Paris: OECD. ______. 2006. “Aid for Trade: Making it Effective.” The Development Dimension series, Paris: OECD. ______. 2006. “Effective Aid for Trade Partnerships: Local Accountability and Global Review, Paris: OECD ( June). ______. 2007. “Aid for Trade- Making it effective.” OECD Journal on Development 8 (1), Paris: OECD. Page, S. 2005. “Can Special Trade Measures Help Development, when Trade Tools are Weak and the Conditions for Development are Uncertain?” Paper prepared for Link Conference, Mexico (May 16–20). ______. 2006. Trade and Aid – Partners or Rivals in Development Policy? London: Cameron (May). ______. 2007. “The Potential Impact of the Aid for Trade Initiative.” G24 Discussion Paper Series, UN Conference on Trade and Development, New York and Geneva: United Nations (April). Prowse, S. 2005. “Aid for Trade: Increasing Support for Trade Adjustment and Integration—a Proposal.” UK Department for International Development. ______. 2006. “Aid for Trade: A Proposal for Increasing Support for Trade Adjustment and Integration.” In Economic Development and Multilateral Trade Cooperation, ed. S. J. Evenett, and B. M. Hoekman. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Stiglitz, J.E., and A. Charlton. 2006. “Aid for Trade.” Report for the Commonwealth Secretariat, London: Commonwealth Secretariat (March).


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