Sheila Page

Senior Research Asscoiate, Overseas Development Institute

Sheila Page is a Senior Research Associate of the  Overseas Development Institute, London.  From 1982 to 2005 she was a Research Fellow there.  Previously she was at Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford, 1972, and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, 1972-82.  Her current research interests include Aid for Trade, the relationship between trade and climate change regimes, how and why developing countries participate in international negotiations, and trade relations between developed and developing countries, including the effects of the Common Agricultural Policy and Special and Differential treatment.  She has also advised Latin American and African developing countries in multilateral and regional negotiations and prepared reports for the UK government, UNCTAD, UNIDO and other international organisations.  Her publications include CAP Reform and Development, with Nicola Cantore and Jane Kennan (2011), Development, Trade and Carbon Reduction (2010), The Potential Impact of the Aid for Trade Initiative (2007),  Trade and Aid:  Partners or Rivals in Development Policy (2006), Special and Differential Treatment for Developing Countries in the WTO, with Peter Kleen (2005), Developing countries in GATT/WTO Negotiations (2002).

Bridges news

21 August 2012
No contexto da reforma da PAC para o período pós-2013, os autores criticam a ideia de que a provisão de bens públicos ambientais seja suficiente para justificar a adoção de um conjunto de medidas que distorcem o mercado e geram prejuízos para os países em desenvolvimento. A Comissão Europeia...
4 June 2012
The European Commission published its proposals for the post-2013 CAP in October 2011. These are now being discussed with the European Parliament and the Council, and must be approved before the end of 2013. The current Common Agricultural Policy incorporates damaging instruments for developing...
18 October 2011
Dans le cadre d'un examen des 25 plus importants bailleurs de fonds multilatéraux, des cinq banques régionales de développement et des 24 bailleurs de fonds bilatéraux de l'OCDE, l'ONUDI a pu constater que l'intérêt accru à l'égard du commerce et de l'Aide pour le commerce (APC) depuis la...
11 October 2011
In a review of the 25 most important multilateral donors, the five regional development banks, and the 24 OECD bilateral donors, UNIDO found that the greater interest in trade and in Aid for Trade (AfT) since the WTO Hong Kong Declaration in 2005 has brought a major increase in the number of donors...