- Regional Perspectives on Aid for Trade
- Strengthening Accountability in Aid for Trade
- Trade for Growth and Poverty Reduction: How Aid for Trade Can Help
- Trade-Related Assistance: What do recent evaluations tell us?
- Aid for Trade: Making it Effective
On the basis of the information provided in the case stories that were submitted in respect of aid-for-trade monitoring exercises, regional analyses have been prepared by regional development banks and regional economic commissions in co-operation with the WTO and OECD secretariats:
- Aid for Trade in Asia and the Pacific: Thinking Forward About Trade Costs and the Digital Economy
- Reducing Trade Costs to Support Africa’s Transformation: the Role of Aid for Trade
- African Case Stories: A Snapshot of Aid for Trade on the Ground
- Asia-Pacific Case Stories: A Snapshot of Aid for Trade on the Ground
- Latin America and Caribbean Case Stories: A Snapshot of Aid for Trade on the Ground
OECD Trade Policy Working Papers
- Aid for Trade and the Sustainable Development Agenda: strenghtening synergies (2016)
- Estimating the Constraints to Trade of Developing Countries (2011)
- Increasing the Impact of Trade Expansion on Growth: Lessons from Trade Reforms for the Design of Aid for Trade (2010)
- Binding Constraints to Trade Expansion: Aid for Trade Objectives and Diagnostics Tools (2009)
- Trading Out of Poverty: How aid can help (2009)
- Key Elements of Best Practice in Aid for Trade (2008)
- Binding Constraints to Trade and the Role of of Aid for Trade (2008)
- Monitoring of Aid for Trade: A Background Note (2008)
2017 CASE STORIES
As part of the 2017 monitoring exercise, case stories have been requested under the theme: "Promoting trade inclusiveness and connectivity for sustainable development"
All the stories received are categorised by reference number:
2015 CASE STORIES
As part of the 2015 monitoring exercise, case stories have been requested under the theme: "Reducing trade costs for inclusive, sustainable growth"
2010 CASE STORIES
An earlier call for case stories was launched in 2010. The objective was to probe deeper into aid-for-trade objectives, challenges and processes to acquire better knowledge about outcomes and impacts of aid for trade. These case stories offer an opportunity to share experiences about what is working (or not) at the national and regional level, why it is working (or not) and what improvements are needed.