We need to talk about Donald
Co-organised by CTEI and UK Trade Policy ObservatorySeminar with L. Alan Winters, Richard Baldwin and others
Maison de la Paix, Geneva
This seminar brings together experts from the UK Trade Policy Observatory (UKTPO) and the Graduate Institute to discuss US trade policies and the rest of the world's response to them in the context of the multilateral system. The meeting will comprise two presentations, commentary and discussion.
Trade Wars: Possible responses and consequences
- Dr Michael GASIOREK, UK Trade Policy Observatory
- Dr Ilona SERWICKA, UK Trade Policy Observatory
- Prof Alasdair SMITH, UK Trade Policy Observatory
Trumpian commercial policy: Trade war, or reverse regionalism?
- Richard BALDWIN, Professor of International Economics at the Graduate Institute Geneva
Q&A (open discussion)
Chair: Prof L Alan WINTERS CB, Director, UK Trade Policy Observatory
For a decade or more tensions have been rising in the World Trading System. The stresses felt by less-skilled workers in developed countries, accusations of malpractice on investment and intellectual property in emerging markets, covert measures of protection and low aggregate trade growth have all contributed to a sense of unease and disappointment. But with the election of President Trump in the USA, these uncomfortable itches have flared up into a painful and disconcerting rash. With tariffs escalating and institutions under fire, we have to ask 'what are we going to do?'
The discussion will be followed by a light reception in the Hall of Petal 2 (Maison de la Paix)
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