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Trade negotiations and global relations: emerging players and actors (II)

Ojo, Marianne and DiGabriele, Jim and Serrano Caballero, Enriqueta and Joshi, Amol and Lahiri, Nandini and Im, Hemmatian (2020): Trade negotiations and global relations: emerging players and actors (II). Published in: Lambert Academic Publishers No. ISBN 978 -620-0-78340

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Abstract

The financial markets have regained grounds following losses in recent weeks. However the current global outlook remains largely uncertain. The decision of the Federal Reserve to announce its emergency rate cut on the 3rd March 2020, the first since the Financial Crisis, sent shock waves amongst investors with the Dow tumbling nearly 1,000 points following what was regarded as the “surprising” announcement . Even though stocks have fluctuated in recent weeks, stock markets have rebound since the Tuesday announcement.

Recent events have demonstrated the importance of engaging technologies and techniques to address matters of global significance – particularly those which impact economically, socially and environmentally, in a holistic and futuristic manner – taking into account the interests of future generations.

Humanity and global relationships are shaped and defined, not just through the manner in which global issues are addressed, but the techniques and responsibilities towards others, at a global level also, in deploying such techniques.

(The show cased chapter Conflict Framing, Multilateral Leadership, and Coalition Formation in International Trade Disputes, 1995 – 2011 is funded in part by a grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation). The major component of the volume "Rethinking Regulation and Monetary Policies: Recent Developments" accounting for 80 percent of the volume, cannot be highlighted/uploaded for copyright reasons)

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