5 questions for Johan Norberg on the benefits of an open society

Societies prosper when they’re based around openness to innovation and outsiders, but there’s no guarantee that such an embrace will last forever. Indeed, humanity spent hundreds of thousands of years living in small, subsistent tribes, ....

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Openness and the story of human progress: My long-read Q&A with Johan Norberg

History has featured several societies defined by openness. From Ancient Greece, to the Abbasid Caliphate, to China’s Song Dynasty, many cultures embraced trade and innovation for a time. But these societies eventually all turned inward, ....

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5 questions for Philip Coggan on the history of the world economy

The world economy developed as the result of increasing economic openness around the world and the fostering of connections between enterprising people. Will policymakers continue to embrace this approach, or are we likely to enter ....

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Lessons from an open global economy: My long-read Q&A with Philip Coggan

By and large, the history of the world’s economy is defined by increased openness: more trade with other countries and more acceptance of innovation has raised dramatically living standards throughout the world over the past ....

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USTR Requests the International Trade Commission Commence a Section 201 Global Safeguard Investigation for Blueberries

USTR Requests the International Trade Commission Commence a Section 201 Global Safeguard Investigation for Blueberries Washington, DC – United StatesTrade Representative Robert Lighthizer today issued a request to the International Trade Commission (ITC) to initiate ....

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