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The Export-Led Model is Evolving, Not Dying

Jayant Menon | East Asia Forum | 03/23/2024

While the rise in anti-globalisation sentiment may have preceded COVID-19, the pandemic reinforced it, leading to an increase in protectionism in East Asia and around the world. Many pandemic-era barriers…

Say Hello To Industrial Policy, But Never Goodbye

Keith M. Rockwell | Hinrich Foundation | 06/13/2023

Were there any lingering doubts about what will guide US int...

The Biden Administration’s New Vision for Global Trade and Investment

Bentley Allan | Carnegie Endowment for International Peace | 05/22/2023

Janet Yellen and J...

Lessons EU Policymakers Should Have Learned from the IRA

John Magnus | TradeWins LLC | 04/12/2023

Energy transition incentives in the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act...

Free Trade: the Strongest Spell Against Economic Decline

Glen Hodgson and Brooke Medina | RealClearWire | 03/07/2023

In J.K. Rowling’s novel “Harry Potter and the...

Free Trade: the Strongest Spell Against Economic Decline

Glen Hodgson, Brooke Medina | RealClearWire | 02/22/2023

In J.K. Rowling’s novel “Harry Potter and the So...

Industrial, Trade Policies Should Be Focused, Flexible

Josef Kefas Sheehama | New Era Live | 02/06/2023

Namibia enjoys one of the most stable, peaceful political ...


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