An Internet of Rules for all: Can "Trade Policy 3.0" foster inclusive trade?Ecommerce
The distinctive character of trade policy 3.0 is that, in addition to “writing down the rules” of trade in natural language (trade policy 1.0) and use of “single window systems” that replicate paper-based delivery in the digital realm (trade policy 2.0), countries are able to publish computational rules to the Internet in a standard way
Renewables in Least Developed Countries: More arrows in the quiver?Environment
Ensuring universal access to energy will constitute a major challenge for least developed countries. What are the key considerations that these countries should keep in mind as they deploy efforts towards meeting this objective?
How is the EIF supporting LDCs to unleash their trade potential?Trade facilitation
Inadequate institutional and productive capacities constitute major impediments to the participation of least developed countries in global trade. How is the Enhanced Integrated Framework supporting them, particularly in Africa, in their efforts to overcome these barriers and benefit more from trade?
Digital can lift the developing world out of poverty. Here's howTrade facilitation
Originally published on 10 July 2017 in the World Economic Forum Agenda.
Four ways Africa can achieve a manufacturing renaissanceAid for Trade
Ratnakar Adhikari, EIF Executive Director, and Axel Addy, Minister for Commerce and Industry of Liberia
Four ways the world’s least developed countries can improve tradeAid for Trade
This article was co-signed with Ambassador Joakim Reiter, UNCTAD's Deputy Secretary-General, and originally published on 27 May 2016 in the World Economic Forum Agenda