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Global cooperation on digital governance and the geoeconomics of new technologies in a multi-polar world
Created Nov 08, 2021
Session 1: Contemporary China and related geopolitics and geoeconomics
Conference video: Session 1
Session 2: Implications for trade and other economic and social policies
Unfree Flow with No Trust: The Implications of Geoeconomics and Geopolitics for Data and Digital Trade
Conference video: Session 2
Caetano CR Penna
Technological Revolutions and the Role of the State in the Governance of Digital Technologies
Session 3: Implications for digital platform governance
Platforms governance in a time of divide: Navigating the paradox of global tech and local constraints
The path dependency of infrastructure: A commonly-neglected aspect of platform governance
Conference video: Session 3
Platform Governance Through an Economic Lens
Session 4: Implications for governance of big data and new technologies
Conference video: Session 4
Toward a digital Bretton Woods?
Global governance of data and digital technologies: A framework for peaceful cooperation
Semiconductor supply chain regulation in the service of geopolitics: Implementation hurdles and collateral damage
Session 5: What of existing institutions and processes?
Conference video: Session 5
E-commerce governance: Back to Geneva?
Regulating the digital economy: Reflections on the trade & innovation nexus
Global digital governance: The role of major economies, institutions and agreements
Session 6: What lies ahead for global relationships in the digital era?
Conference video: Session 6
China’s Three Key Macroeconomic Risks
Existential gap: Digital/AI acceleration and the missing global governance capacity
Big Tech vs Red Tech: The Diminishing of Democracy in the Digital Age
Project for Peaceful Competition