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THE 36TH ANNUAL CAMDEN CONFERENCE

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17

7:30 pm
WELCOME & OPENING REMARKS

KARIN LOOK
President, Camden Conference


KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Is Globalization Over? (Spoiler: No)

PETER S. GOODMAN
Global Economics Correspondent
The New York Times


Discussion and Questions


9:00 pm  ADJOURN

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18

8:45 am
PREVIEW OF CONFERENCE SESSIONS

DAVID BRANCACCIO
Host, Marketplace Morning Report
American Public Media


The Politics of Trade: How Did We Get to Where We Are Today?

DOUGLAS IRWIN

John French Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College


Discussion and Questions


10:00-10:30 am BREAK


10:30 am

What Future for Globalization?

CAROLINE FREUND
Dean of the School of Global Policy and Strategy, University of California, San Diego


People Who Live in Glass Houses Should Not Throw Stones: Norm Violation in Trade Policy

SIMON EVENETT
Professor of International Trade and Economic Development, University of St. Gallen, and Founder of the Global Trade Alert


Discussion and Questions


12-1:30 pm LUNCH

1:30 pm

From Rules-Based to Security-Oriented Trade Governance

MARK WU
Henry L. Stimson Professor at Harvard Law School


Will India Become an Economic Superpower and a Happy Nation at 100?

AJAY CHHIBBER
Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the Institute for International Economic Policy, George Washington University, and Senior Professor, Indian Council for Research on India’s Economic Relations, New Delhi, India


2:45 – 3:15 pm BREAK


3:15 pm

The Enduring Economic and Political Consequences of the China Trade Shock

DAVID AUTOR
Ford Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Six Horsepersons of the Apocalypse and One Effort to Rein Them In

PAUL SOLMAN
Journalist and Host of “Making $ense,” on The PBS NewsHour


Discussion and Questions


4:30 pm  ADJOURN

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19

8:45 am
How Do We Get to an Inclusive and Sustainable Trading System Fit for the 21st Century?

JENNIFER HILLMAN
Professor of Practice at the Georgetown University Law Center, and Fellow of the University’s Institute of International Economic Law


The Changing Politics of Global Trade: Is the Tail Wagging the Dog?

JOHN E. SUNUNU
Member of the Boards of Directors of Boston Scientific and Lloyds of London and Former United States Senator and Congressman from New Hampshire


10:30 – 11:00 am BREAK


11:00 am  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
KARIN LOOK
President, Camden Conference


PANEL OF ALL THE SPEAKERS


12:30 pm  ADJOURN