The paper examines the best practices in consultations and dialogue processes of government agencies and private and non-government institutions, which can be adopted for negotiations and other transactions pertaining to trade and employment. The paper identifies key trade stakeholders who can help ensure that trade decisions and actions will be informed by analytical inputs and ethical and legitimacy considerations.
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Title: Developing a Consultative Framework on Trade and Employment
Researcher: Stephanie B. Tabladillo