WITA’s NextGenTrade® initiative focuses on emergent trade issues that will be at the center of trade discussions, negotiations and disputes in the years to come.


The New Realities of Trade (and Global Value Chains)

Magnus Rentzhog | Swedish National Board of Trade | 10/11/2017

WITA’s NextGenTrade™ series on The Future of Trade and Global Value Chains is exploring the future direction of work and business to help guide the way for trade policy makers….

3D-printing might not kill global trade after all. Here’s why

Wolfgang Lehmacher and Martin Schwemmer | World Economic Forum | 10/05/2017

Last year Adidas h...

How Blockchain is Changing Track and Trace

Finbarr Bermingham | Global Trade Review | 07/28/2017

This article was originally published by the Global Trade Review....

Robots and jobs: Evidence from the US

Daron Acemoglu and Pascual Restrepo | 04/17/2017

As robots and other computer-assisted technologies take over tasks previous...

Death of the power house? 3D printing, blockchain, and trade negotiations

Magnus Rentzhog | 04/03/2017

3D printing, blockchain technology, and decentralised produ...

Are Global Supply Chains Still the Future of Trade?

Kimberly Ann Elliott | 02/16/2017

After the initial rapid recovery from the Great Recession, global trade grow...

Global Trends: Paradox of Progress

National Intelligence Council | 01/11/2017

Thinking about the future is vital but hard. Crises keep intruding, making it all bu...


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