Alisa DiCaprio is a Research Fellow at UNU-WIDER. Previously, she was a Fellow at New York University’s Hamilton Center for Political Economy where she taught courses on globalization and trade. She holds a PhD in Urban Studies from MIT. Her research interests include international trade institutions, regional integration, labour standards, and industrialization.
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Rules or Engagement? Development Implications of the Doha Round Negotiations (Part II).
WIDER Angle, November 2011.
Rules or Engagement? Development Implications of the Doha Round Negotiations (Part I).
WIDER Angle, October 2011
Aligning Elites with Economic Development
WIDER Angle, August 2009
Tracing the Special and Differential Treatment Principle Through the CARIFORUM EPA: Trade Negotiations Insights, August 2009. http://ictsd.org/i/news/tni/52380/
Innovations in social protection systems design have moved forward quickly on the supply-side over the past decade. But the same degree of creativity has not been applied to the equally critical demand-side constraints to social protection. Without channels through which the demand for social protection can be expressed to the provider of such protection, even the most finely-tuned system will not be sustainable in the long run. Full article. (WIDERAngle January 2012)