Fundamentally, a country's trade policy is very much an institutional matter, since it concerns the rules and arrangements that influence what foreign trade can occur, and with what partners. This briefing examines two important questions that arise as a result: (a) what are the constraints that block export expansion in some countries? and (b) what policies can be put in place to overcome the constraints and foster export expansion?
IPPG Briefing Paper No. Seven, DFID, London, UK, 3 pp.
Trade Liberalization and Export Growth: an Institutional Perspective.