Trade and Development
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 econometric study examines the relationship between free trade and health, using a range of data relating to trade openness and human development. It finds that free trade promotes better health outcomes, with the relationship particularly pronounced for lower-income countries.
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.