Recent years have brought renewed interest in industrial policy in the United States. Some claim that we’re witnessing the formation of a “new Washington Consensus”—a rejection of the post–Cold War economic order of trade liberalization and globalization. These developments are occurring in tandem with escalating tensions between the United States and China.
Can state-led industrial policy be disentangled from rhetoric about a new Cold War? If we are inclined to welcome the “post-neoliberal” moment, how concerned should we be about the backdrop of geo-economic conflict?
Join us for a virtual discussion on the geopolitics of industrial policy on Monday, June 26 at 2 p.m. ET. Featuring Yakov Feygin, Daniela Gabor, Ho-fung Hung, Thea Riofrancos, and Quinn Slobodian.
Register for the Zoom event here. If you are unable to attend live, you can watch a recording after the event.