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Trade and International Integration

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The World Bank research on trade and international integration aims to better understand the role of global economic integration in development and poverty reduction. The Bank has also contributed significantly to the development of databases, analytic and policy tools for analyzing the impact of policy reforms. More »


Working Papers

Global Talent Flows
Sari Pekkala Kerr, William Kerr, Çaglar Ozden, and Christopher Parsons
Working Paper 7852, October 2016

Expediting Trade: Impact Evaluation of an In-House Clearance Program
Ana M. Fernandes, Russell Hillberry, and Claudia Berg
Working Paper 7708, June 2016

Exports and Job Training
Paulo Bastos, Joana Silva, and Rafael Prado Proenca
Working Paper 7676, May 2016

Does the Global Trade Slowdown Matter?
Cristina Constantinescu, Aaditya Mattoo, and Michele Ruta
Working Paper 7673, May 2016

The GATT’s Starting Point: Tariff Levels circa 1947
Chad P. Bown and Douglas A. Irwin
Working Paper 7620, April 2016

The Empirical Landscape of Trade Policy
Chad P. Bown and Meredith A. Crowley
Working Paper 7620, April 2016

Access to Pre-Primary Education and Progression in Primary School: Evidence from Rural Guatemala
Paulo Bastos, Nicolas L. Bottan, and Julian Cristiax
Working Paper 7574, February 2016

Preschool Education in Brazil: Does Public Supply Crowd Out Private Enrollment?
Paulo Bastos and Odd Rune Straume
Working Paper 7573, February 2016

Resource Rents, Coercion, and Local Development: Evidence from Post-Apartheid South Africa
EPaulo Bastos and Nicolas Bottan
Working Paper 7572, February 2016

Global Supply Chains and Trade Policy
Emily J. Blanchard, Chad P. Bown, and Robert C. Johnson
Working Paper 7536, January 2016

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