Peter Bergeijk ()
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Deglobalization 2.0 argues that Trump and Brexit are the symptoms, and not the causes, of a long sequence of alternating phases of globalization and deglobalization driven by increasing income inequality and the retreat from the global stage by a contested hegemon. Providing rich empirical details, Peter van Bergeijk investigates similarities and differences between the Great Depression of the 1930s and the Great Recession and its aftermath of a slowdown in global trade. Providing an overview of recent findings and a discussion of contributions from several disciplines, the book investigates scenarios for the future of the economic world order and proposes possible solutions.
Keywords: Economics and Finance; Politics and Public Policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Chapters in this book:
- Ch 1 Spoilers , pp 1-12
- Ch 2 Setting the Stage , pp 13-44
- Ch 3 Deglobalization is Not New! , pp 45-80
- Ch 4 What Drives Deglobalization? , pp 81-110
- Ch 5 Is Deglobalization Good or Bad? , pp 111-132
- Ch 6 The Future of Deglobalization , pp 133-158
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