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|The Current Column|
WTO post Bali – new hope for multilateralism?|
By Clara Brandi
Bonn, 9 December 2013. The World Trade Organization (WTO) reached a crossroads in Bali last week, with the credibility of the global trade system hanging in the balance. Days of hard-fought negotiation culminated in a truly historic breakthrough on Saturday, when the first global trade agreement in the WTO's almost 20-year history was reached. The EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht announced: "We have saved the WTO".
Allocating the next European Development Fund for ACP countries|
By Mario Negre
Bonn, 5 December 2013. The European Development Fund (EDF) is the key instrument for the implementation the European Agenda for Change vis-à-vis Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP). The Agenda sets inclusive and sustainable growth as well as democracy, good governance and the rule of law as the main goals of EU's development policy in order to achieve the long term objective of eradicating poverty.
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Energy Efficiency & Behaviour in Developing Countries
|Presentation and Discussion|
Envisioning New Partnerships for Africa’s Future: Making Global Governance Work in a Post-2015 World
Green and social: managing synergies and trade-offs
Bonn, 12.03.2014 - 14.03.2014
Empirical evidence and policy responses regarding climate change and migration – What role for migration in local adaptation?
Bonn, 13.03.2014 - 14.03.2014
|Schmitz, Birgit (2013): Macroprudential financial market regulation: aims, implementation, and implications for developing and emerging economies, Discussion Paper 20/2013|
|Hampel-Milagrosa, Aimée / Markus Loewe / Caroline Reeg (2013): Which factors determine the upgrading of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises? Evidence from Egypt, India and the Philippines, Discussion Paper 21/2013|
|Wennubst, Pio / Timo Casjen Mahn (2013): A resolution for a quiet revolution: taking the United Nations to sustainable development ‘beyond aid’, Discussion Paper 22/2013|
|Schraven, Benjamin / Niels Keijzer / Anna Knoll (2013): Post 2015: making migration work for sustainable development, Briefing Paper 21/2013|
|Klingebiel, Stephan (2013): Multilateral aid: structural change and donor preferences, Discussion Paper 19/2013|
|Janus, Heiner / Stephan Klingebiel / Sebastian Paulo (2013): Beyond Aid: konzeptionelle Überlegungen zum Wandel der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, Discussion Paper 18/2013|
|Furness, Mark / Frank Vollmer (2013): EU Joint Programming: Lehren aus dem Südsudan, Analysen und Stellungnahmen 10/2013|
|Reeg, Caroline (2013): Micro, small and medium enterprise upgrading in India: learning from success cases, Studies 78|