The Trade Agenda Today

Neither the breakdown of multilateralism nor the rise of the digital economy has made international trade and its central governing body any less important. An open, transparent, rules-based trading system remains crucial for driving economic development and addressing global problems like climate change. Read More Here

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Economics In The New Age Of National Security

The growing geopolitical and economic split between the United States and China should prompt a paradigm shift in economic thinking. In particular, economists will need to reconsider their approach to topics such as comparative advantage, market integration, and how to promote convergence. Read More Here

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A World In Crisis Needs Both Trade And Aid

As financial conditions tighten, even countries that had seemed on track to prosperity and stability now stare into the abyss of debt distress, fragility and uncertainty about the future. Both aid and trade have key roles to play in reversing the impacts of this quadruple shock and putting the world back on track. Read More […]

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