Trade and Globalization Studies Online offers an examination of trade policies, financial crises, emerging markets and technological innovations that unite the world in an ever-changing system of trade. It provides valuable historical context and policy insights with particular emphasis on real-world examples and events. The collection explores the profound societal impact of global trade through books and case studies, archival materials, and documentaries.
Understanding trade policies, financial crises, emerging markets, and technological innovations is crucial for business professionals, policymakers and governments as the decisions they make can have a profound impact on economies, trading companies, and individuals. By studying the societal implications of global trade, researchers and academics can examine the distributional effects of trade, analyze the dynamics of global supply chains and explore the challenges and opportunities faced by different communities and countries.
Trade and Globalization Studies Online offers 125 hours through thought-provoking video documentaries, and 100,000 pages of text materials — archives, books and case studies on current trade topics from the Institute of Diplomacy. These varied formats offer alternative perspectives and the analytical framework needed to examine the societal impact of global trade. The video materials enhance the learning experience with dynamic visuals and compelling narratives. The extensive textual resources offer in-depth analysis, research papers, policy documents, and historical records that contribute to a comprehensive understanding of global trade and its effects.
With its breadth of content and emphasis on real-world relevance, Trade and Globalization Studies Online serves as an invaluable resource for academics, policymakers, business professionals, and anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the global economy and its interconnectedness.
Food and Commodities; Trade Negotiations, and Governance; Financial crises; Emerging Markets; Health and Disease; Energy; the Arms Trade and New Technologies.