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2018 Winter Roundtable in Washington, D.C.March 14-16, 2018
There has been a resurgence of nationalist economic policies in many countries around the world, both developed and emerging. However, their governments have offered starkly different levels of policy clarity and consistency on areas ranging from trade and foreign relations to taxation and immigration. Some traditional champions of globalization have turned inward, as they struggle domestically with political fragmentation, gridlock and shifting priorities, exacerbated by rising inequality. Will policy unpredictability be the new normal, or will there be progress on some fronts? How will multilateral institutions evolve, and will new models of global governance arise? How should institutional investors factor these trends into their long-term decision-making?
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