Trade Relations Between the Eu and Africa: Development, Challenges and Options Beyond the Cotonou Agreement (2020)

Trade Relations Between the Eu and Africa Development Challenges and Options Beyond the Cotonou Agreement Trade liberalisation and openness as linchpins for development have been flagships of conventional economic policy advices to most African countries over the last few decades Much of the orientation
  • Title: Trade Relations Between the Eu and Africa: Development, Challenges and Options Beyond the Cotonou Agreement
  • Author: Rachel Rosenthal
  • ISBN: 1282376853
  • Page: 187
  • Format: ebook
  • Trade Relations Between the Eu and Africa: Development, Challenges and Options Beyond the Cotonou Agreement
    Trade liberalisation and openness, as linchpins for development have been flagships of conventional economic policy advices to most African countries over the last few decades Much of the orientation of the focus however has been on the impact of international trade on development rather than the requirements that development should inform the shaping of the international Trade liberalisation and openness, as linchpins for development have been flagships of conventional economic policy advices to most African countries over the last few decades Much of the orientation of the focus however has been on the impact of international trade on development rather than the requirements that development should inform the shaping of the international trading system so that African countries may be able to benefit from such trade This view has permeated both academic debate and the Economic Partnership Agreement EPA Negotiation between the European Commission and groups of African Caribbean and Pacific ACP States.This timely volume advances an alternative set of inter related, interdisciplinary perspectives and debates which contribute to overlapping genres and discourses, notably how rules of origins may stifle the development dimension of EPAs, how special agricultural safeguards may be used in balancing the effects of trade liberalisation on small farm holders in Africa It also discusses the centrality of aid for trade in trade negotiations, and mainstreaming development in the EPAs debate to enhance domestic supply side in Africa and the various regional integration processes in the region.This book focuses on areas of trade that may inform the development dimension of international trade With this edited volume, a team of specialists provide a comprehensive survey of ACP EU tr

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