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20 Nov. 2019 | Comments (0)

Join Prof. Michael Hüther, director of the Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft, as he sits down with The Conference Board Senior Economist for Europe, Ilaria Maselli, to discuss his latest book, Exhausted Globalization: Between the Transatlantic Orientation and the Chinese Way. The book is a thorough reflection about the downturn globalization is going through. It investigates the reasons why globalization is losing energy and appeal, and sketches possible ways to make it more inclusive. This is not only about economics:  the authors looks at globalization not only as a process of economic integration, but also in terms of ideas and power structures.  

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