Governance and Globalization

Globalization poses many challenges for our systems of governance. It creates new economic strains, which spur demand for protection from foreign competition, and for policies to cushion the living standards of affected groups. Deepening economic integration raises new questions about the forms of international cooperation. Are existing institutions such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the World Trade Organization up to the job?

Festival: 2008

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