Amrita Narlikar

Trade Multilateralism in Crisis: Limitations of Current Debates on Reforming the WTO, and Why a Game-Changer Is Necessary

Chapter in edited Volume | 2019


  • Published in

    WTO Reform - Reshaping Global Trade Governance for 21st Century Challenges

    Editor(s)

    Teddy Y. Soobramanien

    Brendan Vickers

    Hilary Enos-Edu

    Publisher

    Commonwealth Secretariat

    Pages

    21-31

    ISBN

    978-1-84929-186-6

    978-1-84859-977-2

    Location

    London

    Research Project | 01/09/2020 - 31/08/2022

    The Challenge to the Challenge: The Belt and Road Initiative’s Implications for Liberal Trade and (Digital) Finance and the Response in Other Countries

    This SCRITPS project considers the implications of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) for the liberal script. It focuses on two policy areas, namely trade and finance. Both are critical for the potential re-allocation of wealth across borders. The project investigates how governments respond to the challenge of the BRI, and what explains the variation in responses.
    DFG, 2020-2022

    Prof. Dr. Mark Hallerberg

    Felix Garten

    Research Project | 01/01/2019 - 31/12/2025

    Contestations of the Liberal Script (SCRIPTS), Cluster of Excellence / FU Berlin

    Contemporary liberal societies are currently facing a loss of confidence in the ability of their core institutions to provide solutions to the most pressing issues of the 21st century. SCRIPTS investigates alternative concepts of social order and deals with their consequences for global challenges such as climate change, migration, nuclear proliferation, and transnational terrorism. As part of SCRIPTS, GIGA and Hertie School conduct two projects.
    DFG, Excellence Strategy, 2019-2025

    Prof. Dr. Mark Hallerberg

    Tanja Börzel

    Prof. Dr. Michael Zürn

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