This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 20 references in this bibliography folder.

Nilsson, L (2011).
Small Trade Flows and Preference Utilisation: The Case of the European Union
South African Journal of Economics, 79(4):392-410.

Nilsson, L (2011).
Principles of EU Imports, Tariffs and Tariff Regimes
Journal of World Trade, 45(4):821-835.

Nilsson, L (2011).
European Union Preferential Trading Arrangements: Evolution, Content and Use
In: The Trade Impact of European Union Preferential Policies: An Analysis through Gravity Models, ed. by Salvatici, L and De Benedictis, L., Springer Publishers.

Agostino, M, Demaria, F, and Trivieri, F (2010).
Non-Reciprocal Trade Preferences and the Role of Compliance Costs in the Agricultural Sector: Exports to the EU
Journal of Agricultural Economics, 61(3):652-679.

CARIS (2010).
Mid-term Evaluation of the EU’s Generalised System of Preferences
University of Sussex.

Train, K (2009).
Discrete Choice Methods with Simulation
Cambridge University Press, Second edition.

Nilsson, L and Matsson, N (2008).
Truths and Myths about the Openness of EU Trade Policy and the Use of EU Trade Preferences
European Commission, DG Trade, mimeo.

Persson, M and Wilhelmsson, F (2007).
Assessing the Effects of EU Trade Preferences for Developing Countries
In: The European Union and Developing Countries: Trade, Aid, and Growth in an Integrated World, ed. by Bourdet, Y. and Gullstrand, J. and Olofsdotter, K., Edward Elgar.

Francois, J, Hoekman, B, and Manchin, M (2006).
Preference Erosion and Multilateral Trade Liberalization
World Bank Economic Review, 20(2):197-216.

Manchin, M (2006).
Preference Utilisation and Tariff Reduction in EU Imports from ACP Countries
The World Economy, 29(9):1243-1266.

Brenton, P and Ikezuki, T (2004).
The Initial and Potential Impact of Preferential Access to the U.S. Market under the African Growth and Opportunity Act
The World Bank, Policy Research Working Paper Series(3262).

Carrère, C and de Melo, J (2004).
Are Different Rules of Origin Equally Costly? Estimates from NAFTA
C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers, CEPR Discussion Papers(4437).

Inama, S (2004).
Trade Preferences for LDCs: A Quantitative Analysis of their Utilization and Suggestions to Improve It
GTAP 2004 Conference Paper..

Brenton, P (2003).
Integrating the Least Developed Countries into the World Trading System : The Current Impact of EU Preferences under Everything but Arms
The World Bank, Policy Research Working Paper Series(3018).

Brenton, P and Manchin, M (2003).
Making EU Trade Agreements Work: The Role of Rules of Origin
The World Economy, 26(5):755-769.

Nilsson, L (2002).
Trading Relations: Is the Roadmap from Lomé to Cotonou Correct?
Applied Economics, 34(4):439-452.

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