A Deeper Look at Deglobalization & How We Got Here
In this episode, Brian discusses the potential for increased global risk and instability, as well as the potential effects on economies in developing countries.
Podcast: A Deeper Look at Deglobalization & How We Got Here
[00:01 – 08:51] What is De-Globalization?
- There is a big debate over whether or not the world is de-globalizing
- How global competition drove down pricing
[08:52 – 10:45] The Current Situation
- How the United States has lost power and leverage in the international community due to its inward focus and lack of engagement in global affairs
- How this has led to declines in trade, investment, cross-border flows, and multinational share of global profits
- These trends are likely to continue for the foreseeable future
[10:46 – 12:22] The Emerging Risks of a World Without the US
- The Clayton political risk increases the risk for investors globally
- The financial system is becoming more unstable, and military spending will increase
- Developing countries will suffer the most from this trend
[12:23 – 14:30] Closing Segment
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