The Suez Canal crisis has been apparently resolved. By relying on narrower, slower, and shorter resource loops, future disruption may be avoided.
If the UK chooses not to align with EU regulations post-Brexit, the consequences for inward foreign direct investment to the UK may be significant.
Given that global trade integration has produced great wealth and great inequality, its governance needs to be reformed in ways that preserve the former and ameliorate the latter
Recent statements about inequality by the IMF have attracted media interest, but are they saying anything new? Last week saw […]
Europe can learn lessons from China’s development and should agree a new common approach on trade Following the election of […]
Russia’s expulsion from the G8 concludes a transitional phase in the governance of the global political economy Tomorrow the leaders […]
In its first year SPERI Conference looked at the British growth crisis. Last year, it tackled Europe. This year it […]