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Trade Preference Erosion: Measurement and Policy Response

Editors: Bernard Hoekman, Will Martin, and  Carlos Alberto Braga

A book published by the World Bank and Palgrave MacMillan in early 2009 reviews the current “value” of preferences for beneficiary countries in major OECD markets, assesses the implications of preference erosion under different global liberalization scenarios, and discuss potential policy responses. This work was organized by The World Bank in cooperation with OECD and the WTO and with support from the Canadian International Development Agency and the UK Department for International Development.  The papers listed below are the preliminary versions of the book chapters:

Last updated on Mar 2, 2009

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