With the UK’s vote for Brexit, Trump’s election, and the rise of Le Pen in France, it feels as if there is a backlash against the “Washington Consensus” and globalisation. Stephen King, economic adviser at HSBC has made this the topic of his latest book, “Grave New World: the end of globalisation, the return of history”.
In this short video, the latest in our series of interviews with authors of interesting books on economic themes, we discuss the reversal of trends that we’d started to take for granted, and ask what fills the vacuum if western institutions fall away.
You can also win one of five copies of Stephen King’s book by answering this question: in which year did China become a member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO)?
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The results are in
The answer to the recent Bond Vigilantes competition question:
In which year did China become a member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO)? was 2001.
Congratulations to our five winners:
John McLaughlin – Brewin Dolphin
Adam McCormack – The Shaw Sheet
Niall Clifford – Mercer
Paul Boland – BCA Research
Neil Berry – East Riding of Yorkshire Pension Fund
Your prize of a copy of Stephen King’s book “Grave New World: the end of globalisation, the return of history” is on its way out to you.