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        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
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        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
        Evaluating Aid for Trade: A Survey of Recent Studies
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        The demand for accountability in aid-for-trade is increasing but monitoring has focused on case studies and impressionistic narratives. The paper reviews recent evidence from a wide range of studies, recognizing that a multiplicity of approaches is needed to learn what works and what does not. The review concludes that there is some support for the emphasis on reducing trade costs through investments in hard infrastructure (like ports and roads) and soft infrastructure (like customs).

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        • TypeReport, Research Paper
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        • Size682 KB
        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedabout 4 years ago
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