Globalization, protectionism, populism under Jokowi
Arianto A. Patunru
Research fellow at the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Australian National University
PREMIUM The world has yet to fully recover from the global financial crisis. Economic growth is still lackluster. Inequality continues to increase even in countries where poverty has gone down. These factors are widely seen as the main causes that have led to the rising anti-global sentiment around the globe, and prompted leaders to adopt populist and inward-looking policies. As a consequence, many electi...
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