Perry World House Global Order Colloquium: September 13-14, 2022 A Fracturing World: The Future of Globalization | Report and Thought Pieces
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Last fall, Perry World House brought together experts from policy, academia, and the media for our 2022 Global Order Colloquium, "A Fracturing World: The Future of Globalization." Participants examined a crucial question: is the world deglobalizing?
Globalization once seemed the key to achieving worldwide prosperity, but amid severe political and economic shocks, its future looks more uncertain than ever before. The COVID-19 pandemic revealed flaws in global supply chains; growing conflict and competition between countries threaten economic interdependence; and new technologies could bring seismic change to labor forces and financial systems.
The colloquium report—complemented by a series of thought pieces from participants—explores how the global economy is changing in response to these challenges, and how to build a more resilient and equitable global economic order.
A Deglobalized, Decoupled, and Regionalized Economic Order?
Paradoxes of Global Value Chains: (Im)possibilities of Decoupling by Mark P. Dallas
China and the West: Growing Apart As Geopolitical Tensions Grow by Alicia García-Herrero (published by Bruegel)
Uncertainty Affects All: How Supply Chains Change with COVID by Dalia Marin
How to Handle Economic Disruption by Darrell M. West
The Use and Regulation of Crypto and Digital Currencies
Do Central Bank Digital Currencies Make Sense for Emerging Market Economies? by Steven B. Kamin
Tracking Global Motivations for CBDCs: The Financial Inclusion Prerogative by Ananya Kumar
Cryptocurrencies and a More Equitable Future for the Global South by Olayinka Odeniran
Crypto's Contribution to an Evolving World Order by Hermine Wong
What We Talk About When We Talk About (Crypto) Regulation by Reuben Youngblom
The Future of Labor and Work
No Rights, No Recovery: Toward a Worker-Centered, Post-Pandemic World by Shawna Bader-Blau and Joell Molina
Future of Labor, the Workforce and Worker's Rights by Shikha Silliman Bhattacharjee
A Roadmap for a More Equitable Future for the Global Workforce by Anne Gemmell
The Future of the Internet: Competing Visions of Purposes and Openness
The Impact of ICT on the Public Sector: Five Questions from a Decade of Experience by Katherine Getao
Understanding Internet Censorship in Democracies by Jillian C. York