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Trade facilitation is argued to be a key policy intervention in the stimulation of trade volumes globally through its effects on time and costs to trade.
This study seeks to analyse which trade facilitation measures improve trade performance/flows in general for Sub-Saharan Africa and Malawi.
The study employed the gravity model which is suitably augmented and estimated on a set of 14 African countries based in COMESA and SADC over a period of 3 years.The statistical package STATA 13 was used in estimating the model.
The author is a young economist with a particular interest in international trade.
His passion lies in fostering development and seeing people's quality of life improved.
He seeks to contribute towards this purpose whilst also committing to learning so as to become a well rounded economist and development practitioner.
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