TEPSA Brief: “Fighting land grabbing and promoting local development through trade policies”, Alessandra Moroni

TEPSA is happy two present a new policy brief on “Fighting land grabbing and promoting local development through trade policies written by Alessandra Moroni in the framework of the PONT Working Europe Seminar on EU Trade Policy.

The Trade and Development policy of the European Union (EU) is broadly conceived as aiming to boost economic growth and good governance in developing countries (DCs) and least-developedcountries (LDCs), by increasing the latters’ tradeopportunities. This objective entails, inter alia, to help these countries harness the opportunitiesoffered by today’s global market and ensure that thepoor benefit from trade-led growth

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Alessandra Moroni is LLM Candidate at the University of Cambridge (UK, 2017-18) and LL.B./M.Sc. in Law at Bocconi University (Italy, 2011-16).