Description - Developing Countries in the WTO by Constantine Michalopoulos
Globalization means that today, more than ever before, growth in developing countries and the reduction of poverty depend on world trade and a well functioning trading system. This volume reviews developing countries' trade policies and institutions, and the challenges they face in the World Trade Organization where the rules that govern the international trading system are set.
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Author Biography - Constantine Michalopoulos
CONSTANTINE MICHALOPOULOS, for many years a senior official of the World Bank, has worked on operations and research of trade policies of developing countries and economies in transition. In 1997-99 he was Special Economic Advisor at the WTO where he developed materials for this book as well as a better appreciation of the challenges faced by developing countries in the world trading system. He is author of Financing Needs of Developing Countries: Proposals for International Action, and co-editor of Trade in the New Independent State with D.Tarr, and Aid and Development with A.O.Krueger and V.Ruttain.