Globalisation: Lessons from the past

Alan Taylor interviewed by Romesh Vaitilingam, 11 Jul 2008

Alan Taylor of the University of California Davis talks to Romesh Vaitilingam about the first era of globalisation and the policy lessons that researchers in economic history and international economics are drawing for contemporary experiences of financial market integration, trade liberalisation and the growth of international reserves. The interview was recorded at the American Economic Association meetings in New Orleans in January 2008.

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Topics: Economic history, Global economy, International finance
Tags: financial market integration, globalisation, international reserves, trade liberalisation

Professor of Economics and Finance, University of California, Davis; Research Fellow, CEPR