Power Implications of the 21st Century Economy – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace   Leave a comment

“Within a generation, developing countries will likely account for six of the world’s seven largest economies and dominate world trade. How will this affect international relations and governance in the context of globalization?

To discuss these issues, Carnegie will host a distinguished panel of experts, including Carnegie’s Uri Dadush and William Shaw; Brookings’s Kemal Derviş, former head of the United Nations Development Programme; and the Rt. Hon. Mike Moore, the current ambassador and former prime minister of New Zealand as well as former director-general of the World Trade Organization. Carnegie’s Moisés Naím will moderate.

The event will mark the publication of Juggernaut: How Emerging Markets Are Reshaping Globalization (Carnegie Endowment, 2011), written by Uri Dadush and William Shaw, which explores how the rise of developing countries will reshape the economic landscape.

via Power Implications of the 21st Century Economy – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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Posted June 6, 2011 by arnoneumann in Geopolitics

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