On the case for graduation
Intereconomics: review of European economic policy , Volume 18 - Issue 5 p. 225- 229
The goal of phasing out, and ultimately eliminating, the differential treatment in trade presently accorded to developing countries was incorporated into the GATT during the Tokyo Round. What are the arguments in favour of this process of "graduation" and what would be its disadvantages? Which criteria should be applied to the selection of countries for graduation?
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Koekkoek, K.A. (1983). On the case for graduation. Intereconomics: review of European economic policy, 18(5), 225–229. doi:10.1007/BF02928222
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