Commentary | 03 March 2005

A new, new world order?

With rising levels of cross-border economic integration, the emergence of new Asian economic powers and growing strains on the international economic architecture the claim is sometimes made that we are witnessing the emergence of a new international economic order. In this paper in the Lowy Institute Perspectives series, Mark Thirlwell asks whether these changes warrant such a description and considers some of the challenges they might pose for international economic policy.Mark Thirlwell

  • Mark Thirlwell

With rising levels of cross-border economic integration, the emergence of new Asian economic powers and growing strains on the international economic architecture the claim is sometimes made that we are witnessing the emergence of a new international economic order. In this paper in the Lowy Institute Perspectives series, Mark Thirlwell asks whether these changes warrant such a description and considers some of the challenges they might pose for international economic policy.Mark Thirlwell

  • Mark Thirlwell