The growth of international trade and investment has been stagnating in recent years. This is partly explained by the increase in protectionist measures adopted by the countries of the G20. This calls into question whether the internationalization of production should still be seen as a driver of growth going forward.
Such a view is further predicated by some as the world and in particular G20 countries are experiencing a strong surge in anti-globalization sentiments. As the G20 faces the challenge to reform international trade and investment policies and make global value chains more inclusive, this Task Force will develop policy recommendations that help beginning to address these important challenges.
The Taskforce “Trade and Investment” is co-chaired by:
Institute: Foundation Getulio Vargas
Function: Project Coordinator of FGV-Projecos
Research: Applied Macroeconomics Modeling, Market Analysis and Forecasting
Function: Affiliate Fellow
Research: G20, structural reforms, long-term growth