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Deglobalization as a Global Challenge

Author: Harold James
Publisher: Waterloo, ON, CA : Centre for International Governance Innovation, 2017.
Series: CIGI Papers, 135
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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"The world is threatened by backlashes against globalization, or "deglobalization," and, remarkably, these are particularly pronounced in the countries that drove the construction of an international order in the second half of the twentieth century. There are also attempts to build an alternative new "globalization 2.0," which rely on infrastructure investment as a way of building trade and financial ties that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Harold James
OCLC Number: 1000815428
Description: 1 online resource (20 pages)
Contents: About the author --
About the Global Economy Program --
Executive summary --
Introduction --
The challenge --
Trade flows --
Migration : flows of people --
Capital flows --
Information flows --
Rules and legitimacy --
Managing globalization --
Values.
Series Title: CIGI Papers, 135
Responsibility: Harold James.
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"The world is threatened by backlashes against globalization, or "deglobalization," and, remarkably, these are particularly pronounced in the countries that drove the construction of an international order in the second half of the twentieth century. There are also attempts to build an alternative new "globalization 2.0," which rely on infrastructure investment as a way of building trade and financial ties that circumvent previous linkages. This paper looks at the interrelations between moves toward trade protection, the limitations of movements of people, the regulation of capital flows and the attempts to restrict information access. Strains appear when the political institutions that are supposed to "manage" globalization, at either a national or a supranational level, cannot live up to expectations, and a cycle of disillusion and disenchantment sets in. The paper then considers how international governance might best work in the current circumstances -- as a quasi-judicial process, as a provider of confidential advice about policy linkages and spillovers, as a public voice in a debate or as a manager of data openness. The latter aspect, coordinating the availability of continually updated big data, may constitute the best response to the potential offered by a radically transformed technology of communications. It will also be important to frame this data in a common language, creating what the poet Goethe in the early nineteenth century termed "world literacy.""--

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