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Volume 1: Trade Policy Implications and Development

Number 1: Right to Development

It is difficult to find a simple metric for assessing the developmental performance of a country. A desirable course of development should help improve basic health indicators such as malnourishment, reduce poverty through rapid job creation, and ensure that the trade agreements facilitate growth without trampling human rights. The set of working papers here are independent studies on some of these aspects of the course of development observed today.

Refer to the Table of Contents for the full list of contributions in this number.

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