In a recent article published by Global Policy Rawi Abdelal declares that 'the greatest challenge to the sustainability of our current era of globalization comes from within the United States' and other developed countries where people are engaged in anti-systemic backlashes. Yet, contrary to some, Abdelal argues that redistributive measures that address inequality are not enough. Instead, dignity and respect for everyone's contributions to society must come to the fore as policy tools and as ultimate ends of a peaceful and prosperous globalised world.
Held on October 14th 2020, this webinar brought together a distinguished panel to discuss Abdelal's assertions and what they may mean for current discourses around, and proposed solutions to, populism.
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Rawi E. Abdelal is the Joseph C. Wilson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School.
Peter A. Hall is Krupp Foundation Professor of European Studies in the Department of Government at Harvard University.
Marion Laboure is a Senior Economist at Deutsche Bank and Lecturer at Harvard University.
Henning Meyer is a Fellow of the German Ministry of Finance and Research Associate at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
Eva-Maria Nag is the Executive Editor of Global Policy Journal at Durham University.
Michael Rosen is the Senator Joseph S. Clark Professor of Ethics in Politics and Government at Harvard University.