Tagged: Bangladesh

Library acquisitions — April 2017

We are pleased to send you our list of selected new acquisitions from April 2017. You can send your requests to Web.Librarian@wto.org.

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Covers Title, Authors/Editor details, WTO catalogue records email request links Previews
Comparative economic development in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh : agriculture in the 20th century / Takashi Kurosaki.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926744

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Global political economy / edited by John Ravenhill.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926684

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Preview: https://goo.gl/3pgyZU

Global political economy : theory and practice / Theodore H. Cohn.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926633

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Preview: https://goo.gl/F2TXU5

Governing climate change / Harriet Bulkeley and Peter Newell.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926730

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Preview: https://goo.gl/rfVTR9

International investment law : reconciling policy and principle / Surya P. Subedi.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926704

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Preview: https://goo.gl/wIyVa6

An introduction to international investment law / David Collins.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926623

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Preview: https://goo.gl/gPWfOK

Multilevel constitutionalism for multilevel governance of public goods : methodology problems in international law / Ernst Ulrich Petersmann.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926539

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Preview: https://goo.gl/SAMNvm

Negociación internacional : enfoque estratégico / Luis Alfonso Gómez Dominguez.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926665

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Preview: https://goo.gl/1OPnAV

Non-discrimination and the role of regulatory purpose in international trade and investment law / Andrew D. Mitchell, David Heaton, Caroline Henckels.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926686

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Preview: https://goo.gl/IO85RE

Rethinking free trade, economic integration and human rights in the Americas / María Belén Olmos Giupponi.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926692

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Preview: https://goo.gl/133aKp

Treaty shopping in international investment law / Jorun Baumgartner.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926659

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Preview: https://goo.gl/R8BHlH

World on the move : consumption patterns in a more equal global economy / Tomás Hellebrandt and Paolo Mauro ; assisted by Ján Zilinský.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926678

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Preview: https://goo.gl/fkRNsx

WTO retaliation : effectiveness and purposes / Michelle Limenta.

WTO catalogue : http://wto.aquabrowser.com/?itemid=|WTO-Marc|1926700

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Preview: https://goo.gl/nRmxPv



Is Aquaculture Pro-Poor?

Aquaculture is widely held to contribute to poverty reduction and food security in the Global South, but robust evidence is limited. Using nationally representative data from Bangladesh, this study analyses changes in fish consumption from 2000 to 2010. Rapid expansion of commercial aquaculture pegged down fish prices, resulting in increased fish consumption by extreme poor and moderate poor consumers and those in rural areas. These outcomes are closely linked to the pro-poor nature of national economic growth during this period. These findings contribute to a broadening of the debate on whether the growth of aquaculture in Bangladesh has been pro-poor.

Full-text available in.pdf

The Paradox of Export Growth in Areas of Weak Governance: The Case of the Ready Made Garment Sector in Bangladesh / Faisal Z. Ahmed, Anne Greenleaf, Audrey Sacks.

Can export growth occur in states with weak governance and competitive clientelism? Conventional wisdom is that effective industrial policy requires a politically stable country with a centralized government. Absent these conditions, countries can pursue alternative types of industrial policies. Contexts with stable, or predictable, mis-governance and a government committed to nonintervention can yield strong export performance. We test this hypothesis in Bangladesh by examining the creation of industrial policy in the Ready Made Garment (RMG) sector. This paper highlights how the particular “political settlement” in Bangladesh has created a viable environment in which the RMG sector continues to grow.

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