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Potential Effects of EU-US Economic Integration on Selected Developing Countries

GREAT insights magazine | Published on 01-11-2013

Jim Rollo | Peter Holmes | Max Méndez Parra | Sarah Ollerenshaw

This paper is based on a report commissioned by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) from the Centre for the Analysis of Regional Integration at Sussex University (CARIS), InterAnalysis Ltd (IA) and ITEAS Consulting Ltd. The remit was to look at the impact of the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) on 43 developing countries (LIC from now on).

Regional integration and poverty in the EAC

Publications | Published on 29-11-2016

Michael Gasiorek | Jim Rollo

Direct empirical evidence on the link between regional economic integration and poverty alleviation is hard to find. That is no different for the East African Community (EAC). The lack of evidence about who benefits or not, and why, offers a poor basis for regional decision-making and monito...


Regional integration, poverty and the East African Community: What do we know and what have we learnt?

Publications | Published on 15-11-2016

Michael Gasiorek | Jim Rollo | CUTS International

There is increasing discussion among policy makers and researchers on the links between regional integration and poverty. But direct empirical evidence on these links is limited. Conceptually, there are various channels through which regional trading agreements might impact on poverty but much...