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Global Economic Dynamics

Newsletter of December 2017

We help make complex economic dynamics transparent and understandable. The project examines the causes and effects of economic trends, as well as the connections linking one trend to another.

 

Study

How Hidden Protectionism Impacts International Trade

Our recent study shows that NTBs implemented worldwide between 2010 and 2015 have been responsible for roughly 16 percent of the decline in global trade. read more

 

Blog Post

Two Years into the Digital Single Market Strategy – Where Do We Stand?

Europe is lagging behind in the digital economy. The reason for this is not a lack of business ideas in the digital economy, the reason is that the current institutional and technical environment is not as conducive to growth as it should be. The Digital Single Market Strategy addresses some of these issues. But does it do enough? read more

 

Blog Post

The Effects of Digitisation and Automation on Global Trade

The large degree of automation enabled by digitisation changes many ways of our lives. Most importantly it changes how things are being produced – ultimately, this also impacts global trade flows. This blogpost tries to anticipate how the geography of trade will change in the future. read more

 

Blog Post

Are G7 Countries Falling Behind in Investments?

Since the beginning of the 1990s at the latest, investment activity in the world's largest industrialized nations – the G7 countries – has been falling. Relative to emerging economies, industrialized nations are at risk of becoming less competitive. This will also hurt the exports of G7 countries. read more

 

Blog Post

Bolstering the Multilateral Trading System – Some Fresh Ideas

A work program for the WTO presented by the High-Level Board of Experts on the Future of Global Trade Governance. read more

 

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