Globalization, once hailed as an inevitable, unstoppable force that will bring prosperity and freedom to all, is under attack. Yet it is not just populists who rail against the globalist credo. Economists have also started to question the merits of unrestricted global free. In Foreign Affairs, Harvard political economist Dani Rodrik explains what he believes went wrong when policymakers started to accelerate global economic integration in the 1990s – and how international economic institutions can save themselves from themselves.
About the Author
Dani Rodrik is Ford Foundation Professor of International Political Economy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
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