EVENT POSTPONED: Globalisation in Question Lecture Series: 'Changing Nature of Global Political Economy'

EVENT POSTPONED: Globalisation in Question Lecture Series: 'Changing Nature of Global Political Economy'
Arvind Subramanian
Monday, 20 March 2017 Add to Calendar 2017-03-20 16:30:00 2017-03-20 18:00:00 Asia/Kolkata EVENT POSTPONED: Globalisation in Question Lecture Series: 'Changing Nature of Global Political Economy' The Centre for Policy Research is launching a new lecture series titled 'Globalisation in Question', the first of which will be on Changing Nature of Global Political Economy by Arvind Subramanian.  In these monthly interactive sessions, CPR will draw upon renowned scholars and practitioners to address specific undercurrents of globalisation and their impact on a variety of issues. Historically, economic globalisation has witnessed cycles of stability and capital accumulation followed by deep contestations that disrupted the prevailing order. The periods of instability were often accompanied by a power transition where the dominant powers were unable to organise or govern the economic system. New economic and geopolitical centres rose to wrest authority away from the declining powers over global economic governance. In recent years, we appear to be confronting another inflexion point. Emerging economies, particularly the rising powers in the east, are increasing their geoeconomic and institutional footprints even as the previous proponents of globalisation seem to be taking a step back. This flux is not only reshaping the global North-South relationship, it is reviving older modes of economic order like regionalism and economic nationalism. The most recent era of interdependence, and its unprecedented scale, suggests any dramatic shift in the globalisation processes would have consequences not just for world order but for the nature of trade, finance, development, innovation, ecology, and, for the internal politics of states. Through this new series, CPR aims to closely examine these trends and their implications for India and the world.   Arvind Subramanian is the Chief Economic Advisor to the Government of India, and is on leave from his position as the Dennis Weatherstone Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. He has also served as Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development. He has written on growth, trade, development, institutions, aid, oil, India, Africa, and the World Trade Organisation, and has published widely in academic and other journals. Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research
4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research
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The Centre for Policy Research is launching a new lecture series titled 'Globalisation in Question', the first of which will be on Changing Nature of Global Political Economy by Arvind Subramanian. 

In these monthly interactive sessions, CPR will draw upon renowned scholars and practitioners to address specific undercurrents of globalisation and their impact on a variety of issues.

Historically, economic globalisation has witnessed cycles of stability and capital accumulation followed by deep contestations that disrupted the prevailing order. The periods of instability were often accompanied by a power transition where the dominant powers were unable to organise or govern the economic system. New economic and geopolitical centres rose to wrest authority away from the declining powers over global economic governance.

In recent years, we appear to be confronting another inflexion point. Emerging economies, particularly the rising powers in the east, are increasing their geoeconomic and institutional footprints even as the previous proponents of globalisation seem to be taking a step back. This flux is not only reshaping the global North-South relationship, it is reviving older modes of economic order like regionalism and economic nationalism. The most recent era of interdependence, and its unprecedented scale, suggests any dramatic shift in the globalisation processes would have consequences not just for world order but for the nature of trade, finance, development, innovation, ecology, and, for the internal politics of states.

Through this new series, CPR aims to closely examine these trends and their implications for India and the world.  

Arvind Subramanian is the Chief Economic Advisor to the Government of India, and is on leave from his position as the Dennis Weatherstone Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. He has also served as Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development. He has written on growth, trade, development, institutions, aid, oil, India, Africa, and the World Trade Organisation, and has published widely in academic and other journals.