Global economic governance is in poor health, but real globalisation is thriving. New tariffs and trade wars are hurting global economic exchange, but for some time now cross-border commerce has been growing on the back of an ideas-based economy, based on R&D, innovation, technological change and new opportunities to collaborate across borders through digital means. Global economic ties are getting thicker – not weaker – and countries that protect themselves against new globalisation will inflict huge damage on their own economies.
Chair – Syed Kamall [Academic & Research Director, IEA]
Speaker – Fredrik Erixon [Director of the European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE)]
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