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Will Martin

Research Manager

WILL MARTIN is Research Manager, Agriculture and Rural Development, in the Development Research Group. He obtained his first degrees from the University of Queensland and the Australian National University, and Masters and PhD degrees from Iowa State University. Before joining the World Bank, he worked as a researcher and manager at the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, and as a Senior Research Fellow at the Australian National University. He has published extensively on agricultural trade policy and developing countries, with a particular focus on the World Trade Organization and economic development.  He has published widely using quantitative models such as the Global Trade Analysis Project, and has a particular interest in using detailed data to build up a complete picture of the effects of policies on welfare impacts at national and household levels.

The list below is of World Bank working papers and publications. You can also see (and in some cases download) other publications by this author.


World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Agriculture and trade opportunities for Tanzania : past volatility and future climate change
2 .Reducing distortions in international commodity markets : an agenda for multilateral cooperation
3 .Unfinished Business? The WTO's Doha Agenda
4 .Implications of the Doha market access proposals for developing countries
5 .Export restrictions and price insulation during commodity price booms
6 .Measuring the impacts of global trade reform with optimal aggregators of distortions
7 .Estimating the short-run poverty impacts of the 2010-11 surge in food prices
8 .Would freeing up world trade reduce poverty and inequality ? the vexed role of agricultural distortions
9 .Costs of taxation and benefits of public goods with multiple taxes and goods
10 .The financial crisis and its impacts on global agriculture
11 .Potential implications of a special safeguard mechanism in the WTO : the case of wheat
12 .Agricultural price distortions, inequality, and poverty
13 .Formulas and flexibility in trade negotiations : sensitive agricultural products in the WTO's Doha agenda
14 .Conclude Doha : it matters !
15 .Implications of the growth of China and India for the other Asian giant : Russia
16 .Trade preference erosion : measurement and policy response
17 .The Doha development agenda : what's on the table?
18 .Implications of higher global food prices for poverty in low-income countries
19 .Measuring distortions to agricultural incentives, revisited
20 .China, India, and the future of the world economy : fierce competition or shared growth?
21 .Agricultural, trade reform, and the Doha development agenda
22 .The World Bank economic review 20 (2)
23 .Agricultural trade reform and the Doha development agenda
24 .Evaluating public expenditures when governments must rely on distortionary taxation




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