Richard Baldwin, 23 May 2011

How will global trade evolve in the 21st century? CEPR Policy Insight 56 points to a new way of thinking about regionalism - specifically, its economic implications, its political economy determinants, and its impact on the world trade system and the WTO.

Richard Baldwin, 23 May 2011

How will global trade governance evolve in the 21st century? This column introduces a new CEPR Policy Insight arguing that 1) trade today is radically more complex than last century 2) 21st century trade demands are currently being met by “21st century regionalism”, not the WTO, and 3) this regionalism has quite different implications for world trade than the traditional thinking suggests.

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