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- World Bank Publications 2007; US$ 9.99
Fertilizer use in Africa as compared to other developing regions has been limited. What types of policies and programs are needed to realize the potential benefits of fertilizer in African agriculture? This book summarizes key lessons learned from past efforts to promote fertilizer in Africa, provides an overview of the current state of knowledge concerning... more...
- World Bank Publications 2006; US$ 14.99
Knowledge intensiveness has featured prominently in most strategies to promote agricultural development. In the past strengthened research systems may have increased the supply of new knowledge and technologies, but that has not necessarily translated into enhanced agricultural growth. Knowledge converts into products and services through an innovation... more...
- World Bank Publications 2005; US$ 24.99
Agricultural trade reform is critical to a favorable development outcome from the Doha Development Agenda. But agricultural policies and the policy reforms being contemplated are fiendishly complicated, and the devil is in the details. Agricultural Trade Reform and the Doha Development Agenda builds up from the essential detail of the tariffs and other... more...
- World Bank Publications 2003; US$ 24.99
This book is designed to clarify Indias interests in the WTO Doha Development Agenda and to provide a blueprint for its strategy in the Doha Round negotiations. The individual chapters span the Doha Development Agenda and include: calculations of the economic effects on India and other major trading countries/regions of the Uruguay Round negotiations... more...
- World Bank Publications 2004; US$ 34.99
Developing Countries, Agriculture and the WTO explores the key issues and options in agricultural trade liberalization from a developing country perspective. The handbook is of particular interest for both developed and developing countries. Chapters cover market access, domestic support, export competition, quota administration methods, food security,... more...
- Wiley 2004; US$ 23.50
The author of the bestseller The Iron Triangle untangles a web of political back scratching in one of the world's most powerful companies Halliburton-a Texas oil-field company Dick Cheney ran before he became Vice President-has courted controversy for the better part of the twentieth century, but only recently has it received intense media scrutiny.... more...
- Princeton University Press 2009; US$ 75.00
While most standard economic models of international trade assume full employment, Carl Davidson and Steven Matusz have argued over the past two decades that this reliance on full-employment modeling is misleading and ill-equipped to tackle many important trade-related questions. This book brings together the authors' pioneering work in creating models... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2011; US$ 110.00
Rules of origin have emerged as one of the most controversial issues in any trade negotiations. This book analyzes the economics of rules of origin in regional trade agreements. It critically evaluates the empirical aspects, providing fresh perspectives on complex policy-negotiations and rules of origin implementation. more...
- World Bank Publications 2011; US$ 34.99
Economists have repeatedly warned against them, NGOs have fought them, and somegovernments have begrudgingly (at least in appearance) signed them. Yet, in the last twentyyears the growth in number of preferential trade agreements (PTAs) has been unabated. Evenmore strikingly, their scope has broadened while their number was increasing. Deep integrationprovisions... more...