My new book argues that a new global economic geography is emerging, cross-border relationships are changing, and global governance structures must come to terms with a new multipolar world. The book clarifies the fundamental questions and trade-offs in the emerging new global economy (NGE), and gives readers the tools to understand contemporary debates.
The global economy is in a process of rapid change. Hence, “Understanding the New Global Economy” requires to engage continuously with new facts and analyses. To assist readers in staying up-to date, this page offers
- The New Global Economy Blog with occasional blog entries updating on new developments in the NGE with links to new analyses
- Curated web links to important sources of new information, data, and analyses.
The book’s website at Routledge provides a free preview of the first chapter as well as Resources for Readers, featuring both the curated Weblinks and a set of review questions organized by book chapters (coming soon).
Resources for Lecturers are available and hosted at Routledge’s Instructor Hub (password protected) and feature a full set of PPPs, a Review Question Test Bank, and over 40 suggestions for “digging deeper” student research projects (coming soon).
A comprehensive and accessible guide on global and European economic affairs; an essential text outlining the underpinnings of current debates on globalisation, digitalisation, and sustainability; a must read for students, executives, and policy makers.
University Professor and E. Gerald Corrigan Chair in International Business and Finance, Fordham University, USA
This book, based on a masterful analytical survey viewed from European perspective, gives update on the structural changes in the global economy. It is a “must” reading for both specialists and nonspecialists interested in the global economy to understand the multi-polarized New Global Economy emerging in the 21st century.
Kwan S. Kim
Emeritus Professor of Economics, Kellogg Institute for International Studies and Fellow, Liu Institute for Asian Studies, University of Notre Dame, USA.
European integration is Globalisation – writ small and large. Small, though not that small, given its regional dimension. Large, since it allows for a significantly deeper integration and embedding of markets. Harald Sander, in most accessible ways, provides his readers with the data and the tools to understand what is happening around them. A most impressive achievement!
Resident Fellow, Center for European Studies, Harvard University, USA; Former Member of the Executive Board of Deutsche Bundesbank
This tour-de-force book provides an analytical framework and essential information for the readers to make their own judgement for the future of globalisation. A must read in the current uncertain world economy.
Justin Yifu Lin
Professor, Peking University; Former Chief Economist, the World Bank