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The Illicit Tobacco Trade in Zimbabwe and South Africa

Simone Haysom | The Atlantic Council | 03/14/2019

|3.01.19| This groundbreaking study of the illicit tobacco trade in southern Africa explores how this trade supports organized crime, helps enable official corruption, and erodes state structures. A major feature…

Bridging the Divide between Developed and Developing Countries in WTO Negotiations

Anabel González | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 03/12/2019

China Syndrome redux: New results on global labour reallocation

Harald Hau, Difei Ouyang, and Weidi Yuan | VoxEU | 03/01/2019

Trade between the US and China is wi...

India-Venezuela Relations- A Case Study in Oil Diplomacy

Hari Seshasayee | The Wilson Center | 02/21/2019

The year is 2007. Iran is India’s second-largest source ...

A Weakening Global Expansion Amid Growing Risks

Gita Gopinath | International Monetary Fund | 01/25/2019

While global growth in 2018 remained close to postcrisis ...

International Trade, Development Traps, and the Core-Periphery Structure of Income Inequality

Dominik Hartmann, Mayra Bezerra, Beatrice Lodolo, and Flavio L. Pinheiro | University of Hohenheim, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, and NOVA IMS | 01/23/2019

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