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ECIPE Webinar: How Can We Revive the WTO and Trade Multilateralism?

January 13 2021
Venue: ZOOM Webinar
Speakers: Simon Evenett, Erik van der Marel
Time: 11:00

Simon Evenett will talk about how can we revive the WTO and trade multilateralism after the COVID-19 crisis.

What’s the role of WTO in global trade policy? The WTO is not in a good shape today and multilateral trading arrangements are under considerable strain. At the same time, the COVID-19 crisis has made it clearer than ever that a common set of trade rules matter for the world economy. In a new book edited by Richard Baldwin and Simon Evenett, a group of trade experts put forward pragmatic ideas for how the WTO can be revived.

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Programme

– Has the COVID-19 crisis done permanent damage to the self-correcting system of the WTO?

– What can the WTO do to arrest the trend of new trade frictions?

– How is the WTO system addressing various shifts in the global economy and politics – like the growth of the digital economy and climate change? Is the WTO able to deal with these and other new 21st century problems?

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