In this webinar, the co-editors and one of the contributors to the new e-book "COVID-19 and Trade Policy: Why Turning Inward Won’t Work" will discuss how restrictive trade policies that some governments are pursuing are doubly harmful and what initiatives can be proposed, highlighting how groups of nations—if not every nation—can cooperate in meaningful ways to stamp out COVID-19’s threat to humanity. It is time to rediscover the logic of international cooperation.
- Richard Baldwin, Professor, International Economics, Co-Director, Centre for Trade and Economic Integration, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Editor- in Chief, VoxEU.org, ex-President, CEPR
- Simon Evenett, Professor, International Trade and Economic Development, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, DLA Distinguished Visting Professor, Carey Business School, The Johns Hopkins Univerity, Research Fellow, CEPR
- Anna Stellinger, Deputy Director-General, International and EU Affairs, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, Vice Chairman, Board of Lund University, ex Director-General, Swedish National Board of Trade
Tamara Pironnet, Managing Director, Centre of Trade and Economic Integration, Executive Director, Bilateral Assistance and Capacity Building for Central Banks (BCC)
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