Tag Archives: WTO

Spotlight on the UNDG


There are several dozen agencies across the United Nations (UN) system. Most of them have a specialised agencies like the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) or the World Food Programme (WFP). There are some well-known UN Funds and programmes such … Continue reading

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New Political Economy Special Issue: Seeing like an IO


In the early days of my PhD, I was blessed to be able to conduct some research work for my supervisor. The end result is this special issue in the International Political Economy (IPE) journal, New Political Economy Seeing like an IO. Continue reading

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IPE-ID first clash: Agricultural Trade


Yes, this will be the first “clash”, where there is a difference in a similar issue in both fields Continue reading

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