Economic globalization in the global post-crisis of 2008: limits and deadlocks

Vol. 39 No. 3 (2019)

Jul-Sep / 2019
Published July 1, 2019
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How to Cite

Dias Manzi, Rafael Henrique. 2019. “Economic Globalization in the Global Post-Crisis of 2008: Limits and Deadlocks”. Brazilian Journal of Political Economy 39 (3), 470-84. https://doi.org/10.1590/0101-35172019-2922.

Economic globalization in the global post-crisis of 2008: limits and deadlocks

Rafael Henrique Dias Manzi
Universidade de Brasília – UnB, Brasília/DF, Brasil.
Brazilian Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 39 No. 3 (2019), Jul-Sep / 2019, Pages 470-484

Abstract

Economic globalization has entered a new phase of relative stagnation and cooling since the beginning of the global crisis of 2008. The main objective of this article is to examine the dynamics that explain the stagnation of the economic globalization process from the beginning of the global crisis of 2008. The initial results indicate that the process of stagnation of global forces is not only related to a scenario of lower economic growth of the global economy after 2008, but also reflects mainly political dynamics within national states and the international system itself that have a direct impact on the phenomenon of economic globalization.

JEL Classification: F02; F06; F68.


Keywords: Economic globalization, global crisis of 2008, global governance, populism, international economy