Recent decades have seen an unprecedented peak of economic global connectedness. But that trend was visibly weakening well before the coronavirus pandemic and now many think the coronavirus crisis might put globalisation into reverse. But is that reading correct? If it is, what does that mean for our prosperity? And what could and should follow globalisation?
Ben Chu (The Independent) and Lizzy Burden (The Telegraph) speak to speak to Dani Rodrik (an economist at the Harvard Kennedy School) and Penny Goldberg (Professor of Economics at Yale University and former Chief Economist at the World Bank).
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