Economic nationalism—from Brexit, to the NAFTA reboot, to the simmering U.S./China tradewar—is on the rise. While the broad implications of such sweeping decisions are often difficult for ordinary citizens to decipher, the everyday trickle-down impacts can be even harder to envision.

Provost and Professor of Economics Karine Moe, Assistant Professor of Economics Felix Friedt joined Independent Strategic Advisor Altay Israfil ’98 and President Brian Rosenberg for a conversation that uncovers and explores what may be on the horizon for the U.K., U.S., and elsewhere.

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March 21 2019

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