CEPR / LSE IGA / SPP Webinar Series
CEPR and the Institute of Global Affairs at the School of Public Policy, LSE, have established a joint series of policy webinars that look at the economics of Covid-19 from a global perspective. The webinars take place every Thursday and are free to attend by registering on zoom, or by following the livestream on Facebook.
- Defending the global commons in a Covid-19 world with Ketan Patel, Raghuram Rajan, Dali Yang, Ksenia Ydudaeva and Erik Berglöf
Thursday 2 July 2020 14:45-16:00 (BST, London), 15:45-17:00 (CEST)
The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced global rifts. What does this mean for our ability to respond to the intertwined medical emergency and economic crisis? How does the increased tension affect our capacity to address other global emergencies and challenges? What is the future of multilateralism? Can the global architecture cope with these tectonic shifts? Many countries, especially those in the developing world, rely heavily on the multilateral institutions. How will they fare in a more fractured world? Who will defend the global commons? Is there a way to restore the common ground?
Watch previous editions:
- 25 June: Do we have the WHO we need? Global Health Governance and Reform
- 18 June: How Did We End Up Here? Governance Lessons From The Covid-19 Pandemic
- 11 June: Digital Currencies and Stable Coins as Crisis Management Tools
- 4 June: Shrinking Capitalism
- 28 May: The Political Economy of Covid-19: Lessons from Emerging Europe
- 21 May: Recovering from Covid-19: China and Global Value Chains
- 14 May: Living with Lockdowns: Early Lessons from India's Covid-19 Response
- 7 May: Born Out of Necessity: A Debt Standstill for Covid-19
- 30 April: Covid-19: Keeping Trade Routes Open