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Trade, Trump and Brexit

with Monique Ebell, Swati Dhingra, Helene Rey, Alan Winters and Martin Sandbu (chair)

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Fri 17 November 2017

Trade, Trump and Brexit

with Monique Ebell, Swati Dhingra, Helene Rey, Alan Winters and Martin Sandbu (chair)

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Fri 17 November 2017,

The growth of trade in the decades after 1945 was the driving force for increasing prosperity in the post-war era. But modern globalisation has turned many voters against ever-greater economic integration, leading to the Brexit vote and the election of the protectionist Donald Trump in 2016. What are the causes of the new protectionism – and what are its likely consequences?

The panel, chaired by Martin Sandbu (Financial Times), includes Monique Ebell (National Institute of Economic and Social Research), Swati Dhingra (London School of Economics), Helene Rey (London Business School) and Alan Winters (University of Sussex).

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Bristol Festival of Economics is presented in association with

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The illustration is a detail of this year’s brochure cover by Alys Jones.

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