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The Global Economy Podcast is a podcast by ECIPE, a think tank dedicated to international economic policy. This podcast will discuss international economic policy and politics, particularly in Europe, and expose the key debates in our time to critical examination. We are unrepentant supporters of globalization and an open world order, and just like our other work, this podcast will channel irreverent and contrarian views.
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Listen, to The Global Economy Podcast, for news and informationn, on the Global Economy, while we keep you entertained. Well keep an eye on the Shrinkflation, the global economic depression, the Global Economy today and the drama, of the World Trade Organization, with it's new Director General. Don't miss an episode, as you share this Podcast, with your friends and family,come back, listen to all of our Podcasts, subscribe and leave a review, on the Podcast for everything, Global Economy, on ...
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Welcome to The Green Renaissance – a new podcast series on the green recovery from the Partnership for Action on Green Economy. Join us once a month as we unpack the complex policy questions that will determine the fate of our economies, our societies, and our planet for decades to come. As well as providing policy and decision makers with new ideas and impulses for taking action, The Green Renaissance also targets other key stakeholders shaping public policy debates; mixing voices from gove ...
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Africa and the Global Illicit Economy
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Africa and the Global Illicit Economy

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Africa and the Global Illicit Economy brings you stories and investigations based on the extensive research networks at the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime. We'll be looking at corruption, illicit financial flows, gangs, the role of foreign corporations, the political economy of crime, and the enabling environment that has made Africa vulnerable to the growth of organized crime. Drawing on the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime's civil society obs ...
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This podcast is a recording of the conversation that ECIPE Director Matthias Bauer hosted with José Ignacio Torreblanca, Senior Policy Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) and Head of ECFR’s Madrid office, during the January 17th webinar...โดย ECIPE
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Renata Zilli hosts a discussion with H.E. Rogelio Granguillhome, Ambassador of Mexico to the Kingdom of Belgium and Permanent Representative to the European Union, on the limits, opportunities, and promising future of EU-Mexico relations. This podcast episode explores the pivotal moments of...โดย ECIPE
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Listen to the live launch of the EBRD Transition Report launch.The global shift to net zero will require major structural changes in economies, as well as extensive change in daily lives. The scale of the transition is unprecedented: from the rush to source critical raw materials to the reconfiguration of global supply chains; from the rise of gree…
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In this episode, Fredrik Erixon and Oscar Guinea speak about relative economic decline – more specifically the decline of the European economy in comparison to the American economy. This conversation is based on a recent ECIPE paper on Europe’s poor economic growth and its consequences for prosperity. The Policy Brief...…
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In a wide-ranging conversation with Matt Ridley and Russ Roberts, Fredrik Erixon delves into the enduring legacy of Adam Smith, the Scottish philosopher whose ideas have profoundly shaped our understanding of society and the economy. Celebrating the 300th anniversary of Smith, they explore his seminal...…
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In this episode, Fredrik Erixon talks to Keith Rockwell and Stuart Harbinson about the US trade policy and America’s role in the world economic order, specifically, how does the Biden administration think about trade? Keith M. Rockwell is a Senior Research Fellow at the Hinrich Foundation. Before...โดย ECIPE
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In this episode, Fredrik Erixon talks to Dr Joan Barata about emerging European regulations affecting speech and political discourse. They discuss recent legislation such as the Digital Services Act, the Media Act and their impact on digital platforms and freedom of political speech. Dr...โดย ECIPE
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Policymakers and investors need to be aware of the short and long-term challenges Ukraine faces during the war and those that the country will have to deal with in the post-war period.This panel takes a broad look at the historical experience of war and peace and examines the impact that armed conflicts have had on economic performance and politica…
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The much-anticipated EBRD Regional Economic Prospects were back in the new panel discussion format for a special EBRD Annual Meeting 2023 edition. The interactive discussion covered the latest economic forecasts for the regions where the EBRD invests. EBRD Chief Economist Beata Javorcik discussed with outstanding regional experts the extraordinary …
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In this episode Matthias Bauer talks to Nigel Cory about the EUCS. In particular, they touch upon topics such as the controversies surrounding it, why it follows a French template, the impacts in EU member states and possible measures to deal with countries like...โดย ECIPE
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In this online conversation, Philipp Lamprecht speaks to Raquel Jorge Ricart who is a Technology, Digital and Cyber Policy Analyst at the Elcano Royal Institute in Spain. They talk about how the D9+ initiative can expand the scale and scope of technological change in...โดย ECIPE
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In this online conversation, Philipp Lamprecht talks to Miguel Otero who is a senior analyst at the Elcano Royal Institute. They discuss the ECIPE study that argues that the common traits of the D9+ countries, in terms of digital and general economic characteristics, should prompt the...โดย ECIPE
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Nearly nine months after the Russian invasion, the war has seriously affected Ukraine’s economy, which is facing daunting tasks.These tasks require collective efforts and coordination among the country’s policymakers, businesses and international community, including the EBRD. The main objective of this discussion is to bring together representativ…
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Fredrik Erixon talks to Erik van der Marel about what kind of changes are arising in the global economy and in globalisation itself. They touch upon the notion of whether globalisation is dying as well as the role of globalisation in trading goods and services....โดย ECIPE
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Nearly nine months after the Russian invasion, the war has seriously affected Ukraine’s economy, which is facing daunting tasks. Macroeconomic and financial sector stability are essential for the continued functioning of the economy and maintaining the war effort. Supporting and stimulating the real economy are the key elements of its economic sust…
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Organized crime in South Africa threatens the economy, its people and the democratic institutions themselves. Every day we see a number of different and seemingly unconnected criminal incidents taking place - from assassinations to gang rapes in an illegal mining community; and from the violence of the taxi industry to organized cooper theft. But w…
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Fredrik Erixon talks to Frank Lavin about the overall direction of Chinese security and economic policies after the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party that was held between 16-22 October 2022. They focus on the political relations with Taiwan and Russia...โดย ECIPE
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The Cape Flats in South Africa is made up of 20 suburbs make up the Cape Flats; populated predominantly by black and coloured communities, a term used to describe those of mixed-heritage. Each suburb is marked by poverty, crime, drug abuse, gangsterism and violence. In this, Lindy Mtongana's final episode, she looks at the Grassy Park where a slew …
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This special episode in Fearonomics series looks at the economic risks of recent geopolitical turmoil.Ths live event, where the EBRD launched their economic forecasts, analysed the impact of recent turbulence on the economic outlook, including fallout from Russia’s war on Ukraine, the energy crisis and rising inflation.Participants: Beata Javorcik …
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In this online conversation Jacki Davis talks to Jörgen Warborn, a Member of the European Parliament and its Committee on International Trade. They discuss the importance of Intellectual Property for innovation and global competitiveness of European industries and how to realize the full...โดย ECIPE
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In this episode Lindy delves into the murky world of political assassinations in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Where, according to the GI-TOC's assassination monitor data, for three of the last six years, political assassinations were higher than all other South African provinces combined. Presenter: Lindy Mtongana Speaker(s): Greg Arde, Journalist …
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Matthias Bauer talks to Daniel Kaddik, the Executive Director of the European Liberal Forum. They discuss EU-China political relations considering systemic political challenges, the escalations with Russia, and issues related to China’s trade distortive policies.โดย ECIPE
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In this episode Lindy explores the world of cattle rustling in Mali, an act that has existed for centuries. But cattle rustling has evolved into a highly organized form of criminality involving Islamists and bandits, forcing farmers to arm themselves to protect themselves and their herds. Presenter: Lindy Mtongana Speaker: Deo Gumba, Civil Society …
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Erik van der Marel talks to Björn Brey, a post-doc researcher at the ULB Solvay Business School (ECARES) in Brussels. They discuss Björn’s recent work on “The Long-run Gains from the Early Adoption of Electricity” and they reflect on how...โดย ECIPE
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Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast At a time when we’re living through the highest inflation in decades, a cost of living crisis and dramatically falling rates of growth, the new Fearonomics episode looks at the cost of discrimination to the global economy. Despite the recent advancement in the equality of rights and inclusion, 45 per cent o…
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Fredrik Erixon talks to Maria Repko, a colleague in the world of think tanks and the Deputy Executive Director at the Centre for Economic Strategy, a Kyiv-based research organization. Ms Repko has been working to achieve institutional reforms and improved...โดย ECIPE
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Rate, review and subscribe to our podcastThe new episode of the EBRD’s Fearonomics podcast looks at the most common fears around migration.The rate of growth of displaced people in the world is alarming. A 100 million is the latest UNHCR estimate -which equals to 1 per cent of the global population. This stark anti-record reflects the precarious st…
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In this online conversation, Jacki Davis talks to Neil Narriman, the President of FESI, the European Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry, which supported the work on a recent ECIPE study entitled “The Benefits of Intellectual Property Rights in EU...โดย ECIPE
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The Drugs and Development Hub is an initiative that brings together researchers, academics, policymakers and people affected by drug economies to discuss new approaches to drug policy. The ultimate goal is to shift mindsets towards more socially conscious and public-health oriented approach. This is the second episode covering the DDH. In this podc…
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Rate, review and subscribe to our podcast The new episode of the EBRD’s Fearonomics podcast explores the risks of future pandemics. With new cases of monkeypox globally detected, the looming risks of growing anti-microbial resistance and the impact of climate crisis, is the next pandemic just around the corner? The IMF has recently forecasted the g…
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In this episode, Lindy explores the case of Lual Lawrence Malong Yor, a South Sudanese businessman with a compulsion for flamboyant self promotion. But last year he was jailed in Uganda for masterminding a million-dollar fake gold scam. The Malong case is emblematic of a prolific problem in East Africa's gold Market. At the heart of these scams are…
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In this online conversation, Jacki Davis talks to Pascal Kerneis, a Managing director of the European Services Forum – ESF, who wrote an insert for the recent ECIPE study: “The Benefits of Intellectual Property Rights in EU Free Trade Agreements”....โดย ECIPE
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Rate, review, download our podcastIn the new episode of the EBRD’s Fearonomics podcast Jonathan Charles, the EBRD’s Managing Director of Communications, Sergei Guriev, former EBRD Chief Economist and now Professor of Economics at Science Po, and Beata Javorcik, the EBRD’s current Chief Economist, examine the threat to our economies from inflation a…
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In this online conversation, Jacki Davis talks to Koen Berden, Executive Director for International Affairs at EFPIA – the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations, which supported the work on a recent ECIPE study entitled “The Benefits of Intellectual Property...โดย ECIPE
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The attack on Palma last year made international headlines but for five years, Mozambique has been the site of a violent insurgency. The armed jihadist group, Ansar Al-Sunna, has terrorised communities in the northern province of Cabo Delgado. It’s believed that more than 3000 people have been killed, and over 700,000 displaced. Despite internation…
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Rate, review and subscribe to our podcastThe new episode of the EBRD’s Fearonomics podcast explores the risks of rolling back globalisation.Globalisation connected the world’s economies as never before. Cross-border trade in goods and services became a routine.The financial crisis of 15 years ago highlighted how fast contagion can spread around the…
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In this online conversation, Jacki Davis talks to Nathalie Moll, Director-General of EFPIA – the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations, which supported the work on a recent ECIPE study entitled “The Benefits of Intellectual Property Rights in EU Free Trade Agreements”....โดย ECIPE
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Fearonomics: will global energy crisis end the shift to green?Rate, review and subscribe to our podcastIn its second episode the EBRD’s new Fearonomics podcast is exploring what are the risks and solutions to the global energy crisis.Listen to Jonathan Charles, EBRD’s Managing Director, Communications, Sergei Guriev, EBRD former Chief Economist and…
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In this online conversation, Jacki Davis talks to Olivier de Matos, the Director-General of CropLife Europe, which represents providers of innovative farm solutions. One of the sectors examined in the recent ECIPE study: “The Benefits of Intellectual Property Rights in EU Free Trade Agreements”....โดย ECIPE
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In its first episode Fearonomics: can we fix the looming food crisis? Jonathan Charles, EBRD’s Managing Director, Communications, will be discussing the most pressing issues with Sergei Guriev, EBRD former Chief Economist and professor of economics at Science Po and Beata Javorcik, EBRD’s Chief Economist (current) and also professor of Economics at…
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In this online conversation, Jacki Davis talks to Filip Geerts, the Director-General of CECIMO, the European Association of the Machine Tool Industries and related Manufacturing Technologies. This IP-intensive sector was among those examined in the recent ECIPE study: “The Benefits of...โดย ECIPE
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Abalone is a fairly innocuous little creature that fits in the palm of your hand. It's a type of sea snail found off the coast of South Africa, and abalone is also considered a delicacy in Asia. It's been driven to near-extinction by massive levels of poaching, in a transnational criminal network that sees local, regional and international players …
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Fredrik Erixon talks to Mark L. Clifford about his new book: Today Hong Kong, Tomorrow the World: What China’s Crackdown Reveals about its Plans to End Freedom Everywhere. They discuss the development of Hong Kong and a chilling account of...โดย ECIPE
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In this online conversation, Jacki Davis talks to Luisa Santos, Deputy Director General at BusinessEurope, which supported the work on a recent ECIPE study entitled “The Benefits of Intellectual Property Rights in EU Free Trade Agreements”. They discuss why intellectual...โดย ECIPE
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Western governments have imposed severe economic and financial sanctions after Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022. In this episode, Fredrik Erixon talks to Michael Bernstam about an economic deterrence measure by Western governments to sanction Russia’s central bank and...โดย ECIPE
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Ten years ago, Greece was at the centre of various Eurozone crises and went through a really turbulent time – in its economy, its politics and of course its broader society. What has happened after these tumultuous years and how...โดย ECIPE
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In this online conversation, Jacki Davis talks to Fredrik Erixon, the Director of ECIPE and an author of the recent study titled: “The Benefits of Intellectual Property Rights in EU Free Trade Agreements“. They discuss the economic and broader societal...โดย ECIPE
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