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Will Martin
Will Martin
International Food Policy Research Institute
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Implications of higher global food prices for poverty in low‐income countries1
M Ivanic, W Martin
Agricultural economics 39, 405-416, 2008
13062008
COVID-19 risks to global food security
D Laborde, W Martin, J Swinnen, R Vos
Science 369 (6503), 500-502, 2020
11272020
Agricultural Trade Reform and the Doha Development Agenda
K Anderson, W Martin
The World Economy 28 (9), 1301-1327, 2005
7862005
The Uruguay Round and the developing economies
W Martin, LA Winters
World Bank Publications, 1995
609*1995
Productivity growth and convergence in agriculture versus manufacturing
W Martin, D Mitra
Economic Development and Cultural Change 49 (2), 403-422, 2001
5632001
Export restrictions and price insulation during commodity price booms
W Martin, K Anderson
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94 (2), 422-427, 2012
5512012
Market and welfare implications of Doha reform scenarios
K Anderson, W Martin, D Van der Mensbrugghe
Agricultural trade reform and the Doha development agenda 2006, 333-399, 2006
3052006
Poverty and food insecurity could grow dramatically as COVID-19 spreads
D Laborde, W Martin, R Vos
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington, DC, 2020
2972020
Impacts of COVID‐19 on global poverty, food security, and diets: Insights from global model scenario analysis
D Laborde, W Martin, R Vos
Agricultural Economics 52 (3), 375-390, 2021
2752021
Measuring distortions to agricultural incentives, revisited
K Anderson, M Kurzweil, W Martin, D Sandri, E Valenzuela
World Trade Review 7 (4), 675-704, 2008
2672008
Liberalizing manufactures trade in a changing world economy
TW Hertel, W Martin, K Yanagishima, B Dimaranan
The Uruguay Round and the Developing Countries, 183-215, 1996
2501996
Estimating the gravity model when zero trade flows are frequent
W Martin, CS Pham
Fac. of Business and Law, School of Acc., Economics and Finance, Deakin Univ., 2008
243*2008
Economic growth, convergence, and world food demand and supply
E Fukase, W Martin
World Development 132, 104954, 2020
2322020
Trade liberalization in China's accession to WTO
E Ianchovichina, W Martin
Journal of Economic Integration, 421-445, 2001
2082001
Sectoral productivity growth and poverty reduction: National and global impacts
M Ivanic, W Martin
World Development 109, 429-439, 2018
2072018
China and the WTO: accession, policy reform, and poverty reduction strategies
D Bhattasali, S Li, WJ Martin
World Bank Publications, 2004
2042004
Food price spikes, price insulation, and poverty
K Anderson, M Ivanic, W Martin
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
2022013
Capturing the implications of services trade liberalization
S Robinson, Z Wang, W Martin
Economic Systems Research 14 (1), 3-33, 2002
1972002
Agriculture and non-agricultural liberalization in the millennium round
TW Hertel, K Anderson, JF Francois, WJ Martin
CIES Working Paper, 2000
1942000
The relative importance of global agricultural subsidies and market access
K Anderson, W Martin, E Valenzuela
World Trade Review 5 (3), 357-376, 2006
1872006
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