Please join WITA, in partnership with the George Washington Institute for International Economic Policy, on February 22, 2022, to reflect on how has the global trading system has responded to increased geo-political uncertainty and more recently a major global health shock and what role, if any, will globalization play in the future on the Phillips curve and inflation.
Jay Shambaugh, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Director of the Institute for International Economic Policy at the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University.
Bob Koopman, Chief Economist of the World Trade Organization, Adjunct Professor of International Economics at the Graduate Institute, Geneva.
Moderator: Michael Moore, Director of the Masters of Arts in International Economic Policy program, former Director of the Institute for International Economic Policy, former Director of the International Trade and Investment Policy Program
Additional information can be found here: Trade Shocks and Supply Chains: What is Happening to the WTO and Globalization? – Institute for International Economic Policy (gwu.edu)