Programs and Projects
Getting to grips with the trajectory of today’s international economy requires understanding the forces that are shaping it. Two of the most important are globalisation and the Great Convergence. Understanding globalisation involves analysing the cross-border flows of goods, services, capital and people along with the evolving policies and technologies and public attitudes that either facilitate or impede them; understanding the Great Convergence involves tracking the speed, intensity and durability of catch-up growth in the world’s key emerging markets.
Understanding these forces and their consequences is the core objective of the International Economy program.