This Legatum Institute report assesses the extent of anti-competitive market distortions (ACMDs) in India's economy, finding that if they were replaced with truly pro-competitive policies, then the productivity of the Indian economy could improve by as much as a factor of 19.
Trade and Development
This chapter presents six key principles that nations should consider in designing and implementing effective innovation policies, and they provide examples and prescriptions tailored for the particular challenges of lower- and middle-income economies.
This report examines the effects of the European Union's Preferential Trade Agreements on developing nation economies.
ITIF’s new guide gives policymakers around the world a policy checklist to spur ICT adoption.
The Legatum Institute analyzes how India's developing democracy can achieve rapid economic reform and restore robust economic growth.
This study analyzes the experience of the European Union in cooperation with non-member neighboring countries, to which the EU’s integration process and institutions are both available.
India best grows its economy by embracing an across-the-board productivity growth strategy.
This ICRIER report proposes a vision for a progressive BRICS Development Bank and discusses some of the challenges that will have to be overcome to make a successful and effective BRICS Development Bank a reality.
Canada’s foreign aid could be more effective, were strategies in place that addressed the problem of weak host-country governance, which currently renders aid inefficient or even counter-productive.
This article seeks to answer the question of how trade can play a significant positive role in rebuilding and enhancing the economies of these Southern Mediterranean Countries.