Globalization: What’s Next? Call for Submissions of Empirical and Theoretical Contributions

Banque de France, CEPR, the World Bank, and the University of Surrey jointly invite submissions of empirical and theoretical contributions that analyze the current developments in international trade and cross-border economic activity with an emphasis on a policy perspective. (Globalization: What’s Next?)

Globalization has transformed the world economy, connecting countries, businesses, and individuals like never before. It has opened up new opportunities but also posed challenges for economies and societies worldwide. To delve deeper into the future of globalization, the Banque de France, the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), the World Bank, and the University of Surrey are organizing a joint workshop titled “Globalization: What’s Next.”

The workshop promises to be a significant event in shaping the future of globalization. By bringing together experts from academia, policymaking, and international organizations, the workshop aims to generate valuable insights and policy recommendations. As the world continues to grapple with the challenges and opportunities of globalization, this workshop will contribute to the ongoing dialogue on how to navigate the path ahead.

Theme: Globalization: What’s Next?

Sub Themes

  • Sustainable Development
  • Digital Transformation
  • Policy Responses
  • Trade and Investment
  • Financial Globalization

Venue: Banque de France’s Paris Office.

Conference dates: April 29–30, 2024

Submission Process

To register for Globalization: What’s Next? Call for Submissions of Empirical and Theoretical Contributions: click here.

Deadline:

Submission of papers: February 08, 2024

For more information about the Globalization: What’s Next? Call for Submissions of Empirical and Theoretical Contributions; visit the official site.

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