Mr. Dan Lui is a Programme Associate at the European Centre for Development Policy Management, Maastricht and Brussels. In this post he looks at how to ensure that aid for trade remains relevant in a changing international environment.
Research Fellow for the International Economic Development Group of the Overseas Development Institute Jodie Keane weighs in on her aid for trade recommendations with an example of standards in Kenyan flowers.
Dr. Dirk Willem te Velde is the Head of Programme at the International Economic Development Group at the Overseas Development Institute. Prior to participating in the Policy Dialogue's panel on how to prioritise trade-related binding constraints, he debated the potential for 'third generation' aid for trade in this blog.
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