The Trump era: New trends in Sino-U.S. economics and trade
New global and regional trends: Political and economic implications for Latin America
The quest for financial stability a decade after the onset of the global financial crisis
There's a far greater concentration of wealth than there is a concentration of income. And that actually has quite a separate effect and impact on the economy.
The pace of economic globalization may slow, but this isn’t necessarily cause for great concern; the “bicycle theory” that globalization must continually be marching forward lest it come to a crashing halt is a cute metaphor, but there is little empirical evidence to suggest it’s true