Multilateral Trade Negotiations and LLDCs: A Handbook for Negotiators and Practitioners

DECEMBER 2014 – MARCH 2015

The CEO of International Economics, Paul Baker, will be the leading consultant for the UNDP to develop a handbook on trade negotiations to assist trade negotiators and practitioners in Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs) to better understand current provisions in multilateral trade agreements and enhance the bargaining position of landlocked countries and the LLDC group in on-going and future negotiations of multilateral agreements. The assignment includes the revision of existing literature, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and interviews with various stakeholders.

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