The Crisis, Deglobalization and Developing Countries
Building on more than a decade of research, project leader Professor Peter van Bergeijk discusses the findings and implications of this project into the global financial crisis and deglobalization that led to his recent book Deglobalization 2.0
About the project
In 2008 the International Institute of Social Studies started a research project on the impact of the financial crisis and deglobalization on developing countries and emerging markets.
The approach is multidisciplinary investigating how economic backlash influences the (attainability of) Sustainable Development Goals in particular in the developing and emerging economies and how resilience could be improved
While the project is located within the Development Economics research group, it also includes major contributions from the other ISS research groups and involves the international research network of ISS.
The project comprises several international conferences and workshops that have led to book publications, including:
Peter A.G. van Bergeijk, Rolph van der Hoeven and Arjan de Haan (eds) The Financial Crisis and Developing Countries: A Global Multidisciplinary Perspective, Edward Elgar 2011
Peter A.G. van Bergeijk and Rolph van der Hoeven (eds) Sustainable Development Goals and Income Inequality, Edward Elgar 2017
Peter A.G. van Bergeijk Deglobalization 2.0 Trade and Openness During the Great Depression and the Great Recession Edward Elgar 2019
In 2018 a discussion series focusing on deglobalization in the context of the crisis appeared on BLISS, the official weblog of ISS
Recent key publications include
Syed Mansoob Murshed Economic diplomacy and the liberal peace. In: Research Handbook on Economic Diplomacy, Edward Elgar
Eri Ikeda Global and Developing Country Business Cycles, PhD thesis, Erasmus University (public defence on 24 September 2018)
Peter van Bergeijk "On the brink of deglobalisation… again." Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 11.1 (2018): 59-72.
Peter A.G. van Bergeijk , S. Mansoob Murshed , Raul Caruso A Blind Eye on Tinbergen? Contemporary Implications of Tinbergen’s Normative Vision on Welfare and Security
The project group has also been successful in attracting external funding from CERES (seeding money), EADI, and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and co-financing from INCLUDE, DPRN and HIVOS.