Conference with panel contribution by Nicole Deitelhoff

The global eco­nomic order is under­going a funda­mental trans­formation, character­ized by growing compe­tition between China, Europe, and the United States, and a shift from a rules-based to a more power-based system. Geo­political conside­rations now increa­singly dictate policy decisions and the extent of eco­nomic open­ness. Despite these major shifts, however, rigorous research on the link between eco­nomics and geo­politics remains scarce.

To foster cutting-edge re­search on the topic, CEPR and the Kiel Institute for the World Eco­nomy have launched a joint new Research Policy Network (RPN) on Geo­economics, which will be hosted in a new office in Berlin.

This con­ference, jointly orga­nized by the Kiel Institute and CEPR in coope­ration with the Federal Foreign Office and Sciences Po, will bring together world-leading scho­lars working at the inter­section of geo­politics and (international) eco­nomics. On the plenary panel on “Do Sanctions Work?” Nicole Deitelhoff (PRIF) will discuss with Gabriel Felber­mayr (Austrian Institute of Eco­nomic Research), Linda Gold­berg (New York Fed and CEPR) and Sergei Guriev (Sciences Po and CEPR).

When: November 30 – December 1, 2023
Where: Welt­saal, Federal Foreign Office, Berlin

Further infor­mation and the entire pro­gram can be found on the website of Kiel Institute for the World Economy.