Some economists predict coronavirus could end globalization, while others see the nature and rules of international collaboration changing

Some economists warn we have entered into an era of deglobalization, while others see small bright spots for innovation. Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz, for example, said policymakers should view the move toward deglobalization as one that is focused on resiliency for the supply chain, not job protection. Watch the video to find out how other economists predict the coronavirus will impact globalization.
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