Essays about: "trade policy and economic growth"

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  1. 1. Exploring non-tariff barriers inhibiting indigenous African SMEs’ intra-African trade and internationalisation within Sub-Saharan Africa: A focus on Ghanaian SMEs exporting to Nigeria.

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Företagsekonomi

    Author : Eric Kwami Tsyokor; Farouk Tutu Madara; [2022]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : The continent is currently, the world’s large free trade area with a 1.2-billion-person marketwhich is expected to double by 2050 is a substantial domestic market with significantopportunities for economic growth. This suggests that promoting intra-African trade (i.e. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Swedish policy framework for Forest Ecosystem Services : a study of integration of objectives, policy instruments and local actor’s knowledge about policies and policy objectives

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Forest Economics

    Author : Karolina Tanse; [2021]
    Keywords : energy; climate; forest; nature conservation; policy analysis; policy implementation; policy perception; stakeholders; beslutsfattande; policyimplementering; policyintegrering; skogliga ekosystemtjänster; Sverige;

    Abstract : Paper 1 There is a trend towards intensification of forest use in many European countries, fuelled by an increased demand for forest products and services, driven by the global population, income growth and an increasing per capita consumption of forest products and forest ecosystem services, and politically promoted by a shift towards a bio-based economy. Based on the assumption that decisions on forest management relate to synergies—e. READ MORE

  3. 3. The Debate of Decent Work in Emerging Economies: Minimum Wage Policy in South Africa.

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen

    Author : Elliot Mackenzie; [2021]
    Keywords : Social Sciences;

    Abstract : There exists considerable debate on the utility of ILO’s decent work agenda and its four pillars of full employment, rights at work, social dialogue, and social protection in the context of emerging economies. Whether these pillars be achieved in unison or if there a need to prioritize a pillar over another and whether the notion as a whole is complementary with other development objectives like economic growth is dependant on how an emerging economy understand the issue at hand, which is itself a function of the historical and socioeconomic context in which the labor markets exists within. READ MORE

  4. 4. The impact of Trade Openness on Economic Growth : A panel data analysis across advanced OECD countries

    University essay from Södertörns högskola/Nationalekonomi; Södertörns högskola/Nationalekonomi

    Author : Joel Cheung; Zerina Ljungqvist; [2021]
    Keywords : Growth; Trade; Development; Trade Openness; Trade Liberalisation;

    Abstract : The role of trade flows in the modern economy has been brought to a focal point by the increased trade frictions, geopolitical tensions, countries exiting unions, pressures of global financial crises and the recent covid-19 pandemic. We, therefore, set out to examine the relationship between trade openness and economic growth among 31 advanced OECD countries between the period 2000 - 2018. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Lingering Ravages of Colonialism : A Case study of neocolonialism through Cooperation Agreements in Cote D’Ivoire, and its impact on growth and development.

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Fairuzah Munaaya Atchulo; [2021]
    Keywords : Neocolonialism; Colonialism; Extractive institutions; France; Cote D’Ivoire; Cooperation Agreements; France-Ivorian Cooperation Agreements; Dependency; African growth; and development;

    Abstract : It has been over sixty (60) years since decolonization in Africa. In years gone by, a pattern has emerged of former French colonies being marginally worse off than their British counterparts. Britain and France as the two most dominant colonial powers in Africa allows for these comparisons in growth and development to be made. READ MORE