New Economic Security and Statecraft Study Group #3

Apr. 19, 2024
12:10PM - 1:00PM
Baker Room 434
Open to the YLS Community Only

Advancing economic security has become a priority for researchers and policymakers around the world. From classic economic statecraft like sanctions to newer means of weaponized interdependence, governments and businesses are assessing their economic strengths and vulnerabilities. Discussions about economic security often focus on great powers, especially the US, China, Russia, and the EU. But governments and citizens in the Global South are also grappling with their own exposure and choices in a rapidly changing economic security environment. 

This study group offers an opportunity to discuss related issues at the intersection of academic research and public policy. During the spring semester, we will meet monthly over lunch, with optional readings to inform discussion. 

Matt Ferchen, Senior Fellow at the Paul Tsai China Center, will guide the discussion.

Lunch will be served.

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Paul Tsai China Center