Recent Publications

Rethinking the Political Economy of Industrial Policy

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director| Sonia N. Aggarwal|

Industrial policy has long been used by developing countries to promote industries through broad import substitution industrialization efforts.

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Searching for global equilibrium: How new economic statecraft undermines international institutions

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director| Andrew Reddie – Deputy Director|

The rise of “new economic statecraft”—intervention in trade and investment for foreign policy reasons—is increasingly threatening the stability of the global economic system.

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Putting the Biden Administration’s “New Economic Statecraft” in Context

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director| Andrew Reddie – Deputy Director|

On Aug. 9, President Joe Biden declared (via executive order) a national emergency associated with the development of artificial intelligence, semiconductor, and quantum computing technology critical for “military, intelligence, surveillance, or cyber-enabled capabilities” in “countries of concern” (read: China).

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The strategic role of social media in business-to-business contexts

|By Margherita Pagani|

Purpose of this study is to provide a framework which helps to understand how a business-to-business company can use the social media to ‘strategize’ by making other business actors share meanings about the position this company wants to occupy. We use LDA topic modelling on a large sample of tweets (N = 1,059,731) by 16 business-to-business companies. […]

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