Recent developments suggest that the international economic order is transitioning away from the Neoliberal Order that has flourished for much of the post-Cold War period toward a new Geoeconomic Order. The shift to this new order, which is characterized by a growing 'securitisation of economic policy and economisation of strategic policy', will likely see the rules, norms, and institutions of international trade and investment law undergoing significant change. We expose the differences in the underlying logic of these orders, explore how this shift is being driven by the emerging USA-China tech/trade war, and consider the consequences of this transition for global economic governance.
|Journal||Journal of International Economic Law|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|