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The Global Economy Podcast is a podcast by ECIPE, a think tank dedicated to international economic policy. This podcast will discuss international economic policy and politics, particularly in Europe, and expose the key debates in our time to critical examination. We are unrepentant supporters of globalization and an open world order, and just like our other work, this podcast will channel irreverent and contrarian views.

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The Global Economy Podcast is a podcast by ECIPE, a think tank dedicated to international economic policy. This podcast will discuss international economic policy and politics, particularly in Europe, and expose the key debates in our time to critical examination. We are unrepentant supporters of globalization and an open world order, and just like our other work, this podcast will channel irreverent and contrarian views.

    Episode 14: How to reform Special and Differential Treatment in the WTO? with Inu Manak

    Episode 14: How to reform Special and Differential Treatment in the WTO? with Inu Manak

    Fredrik Erixon talks to Inu Manak, a Visiting Fellow at the Cato Institute, about Special and Differential Treatment (SDT) in the WTO. The current SDT regime has led President Trump to tweet that the WTO is broken and unfair. Does he have a point? What exactly is SDT and how has it evolved? How can it be reformed?
    Inu recently co-authored with James Bacchus a study on SDT in the Trade.

    • 30 Min.
    Episode 13: What type of election campaign is developing in the UK? with Sophia Gaston

    Episode 13: What type of election campaign is developing in the UK? with Sophia Gaston

    Fredrik Erixon talks to Sophia Gaston, the Director of British Foreign Policy Group and a Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and the European Policy Center. They talk about the current populist-nationalist challenge in Europe and the West, focusing especially on the British debate ahead of the general election.
    What type of election campaign is developing in the UK? What does it say about Britain’s place in the world? What do the sentiments among voters about notions of international cooperation say about the future of internationalism?

    • 34 Min.
    Episode 12: How impactful can Blockchain be for International Trade? With Hanna Norberg

    Episode 12: How impactful can Blockchain be for International Trade? With Hanna Norberg

    Fredrik Erixon talks to Hanna Norberg, the founder of Trade Economista and co-founder of digitaltradepolicy.org. They discuss the potential of Blockchain for international trade. What is Blockchain and how can it be used along the chain of international trade? How can Blockchain technology be incorporated in Trade transactions? How much can this technology affect the supply chain? Can it generate more trade and reduce costs?
    They also examine the role policy can play in the development and adoption of Blockchain in trade – what are the policy reforms needed and which region is doing better in this change?
    For more on this topic, click here to find Hanna’s recent paper – Unblocking the Bottlenecks and Making the Global Supply Chain Transparent: How blockchain technology can update global trade and Trade
     

    • 22 Min.
    Episode 11: Navigating European business in times of the China US Trade war with Joerg Wuttke

    Episode 11: Navigating European business in times of the China US Trade war with Joerg Wuttke

    Fredrik Erixon talks to Joerg Wuttke, president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China. They discuss China-US trade negotiations post G20 and the repercussions of the trade war to both economies. They also examine the repercussions of China-US trade to European businesses and how the EU can address its concerns over trade and market access in China.

    • 30 Min.
    Episode 10: Understanding recent trade frictions with Alan Beattie

    Episode 10: Understanding recent trade frictions with Alan Beattie

    Fredrik Erixon talks to Alan Beattie, the European leader writer for the Financial Times, an associate fellow at Chatham House and the author of False Economy. Alan calls in to talk about some trade frictions currently going on around the world. They talk about the recent developments in the US-China stand-off and if the EU-China relation has better prospects. They discuss the US administration modus operandi and goals on trade; what will be in the future of EU trade policy after the European elections and how the EU will deal Brexit in the coming months.

    • 29 Min.
    Episode 9: How damaging can populism be to the EU after the Elections? With Heather Grabbe

    Episode 9: How damaging can populism be to the EU after the Elections? With Heather Grabbe

    Fredrik Erixon talks to Heather Grabbe, the Director of the Open Society European Policy Institute in Brussels. They discuss the possible damage nationalists and populists could do to the EU if they were to have a strong result in the coming European election. They also talk about Europe’s existential crisis – if the EU is going through one and what has gone wrong? – and about a new paper she co-edited with a group called the “European reformists” on where the EU should focus its energy in the future.
     

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