From Trade Rules to Trade Deals: Whither US Trade Policy in the Trump Administration? Event Closed | Summary Page

President Trump’s mercantilist views on trade are well known. His trade-related cabinet appointments confirm that he wishes to reorient US trade policy strongly in an inward-looking direction, targeting key trading partners such as China and Mexico, using instruments of trade...

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Populism on the Rise – Is there a Rational Policy Response to Brexit, Trumpenomics etc.? | Event closed

Please note that the event has passed. Prof Freytag will deliver a series of blogs on populism over the next three months, so watch this space. Populism on the rise: Is there a rational policy response? The West has undergone substantial...

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Towards inclusive e-commerce and growth: impacts and opportunities of the 4th Industrial Revolution

Employment in the manufacturing sector, particularly in the US but also in many developing countries, has been declining over the past thirty years. While the competition from freer trade marginally contributed to the decline in developed countries, it is...

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