A New Generation of Trade and Industrial Policy
IISD President-CEO Scott Vaughan presents ideas for a new generation of trade and industrial policy.
He argues that as the global trade and investment agendas struggle with slower growth, rising protectionism and job anxiety, new thinking is needed within a rule-based regime to support a new generation of domestic industrial policy.
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