5. Briefs

Briefs are concise narratives of topical issues intended to inform, stimulate, debate, make a decision or action, spark change, persuade policy makers, or generate a quick response to an issue. Briefs are short-format (2–16 pages) summaries to inform about developments, thematic and sector research, economic reports, or policy and strategy issues. Designed to be quick-disseminating, briefs can be short position papers or strategic knowledge products that are text-driven and light on images.

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  • Increasing Global Climate Ambition and Implications for Korea 

    Moon, Jinyoung; Oh, Soo Hyun; Park, Youngseok; Lee, Sunghee; Kim, Eunmi (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2021-05-25)
    Major GHG emitters such as China, the United States (U.S.), European Union (EU), Japan and Korea have pledged to move forward carbon neutrality by the middle of this century. To realize carbon neutrality, reduction efforts must be strengthened until ...
  • The Reform of the WTO’s Appellate Body: An Economic Perspective 

    Yea, Sang jun (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2021-05-20)
    In this study, I build a game-theoretical model to analyze the impact of AB reform on WTO members’ trade policies and strategic use of DSP. Specifically, I extend Maggi and Staiger (2011), which relates the accuracy of the Dispute Settlement Body’s ...
  • Forging Economic Resilience in the People’s Republic of China Through Value Chain Upgrading and Economic Rebalancing 

    Asian Development Bank (Asian Development Bank, 2021-05-15)
    The extensive participation of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in international production and trade is often cited as a model of success. After joining the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001, the PRC became more closely connected to the rest ...
  • ADB's Trade and Supply Chain Finance Program (TSCFP) Provides Guarantees and Loans to Partnes Banks in Support of International Trade 

    Asian Development Bank (Asian Development Bank, 2021-05-14)
    ADB's Trade and Supply Chain Finance Program (TSCFP): 1. Fill market gaps for trade and supply chain finance. 2. Provide guarantees and loans to banks to support trade. 3. Support a wide range of transactions: commodities, capital and consumer goods. ...

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