Chapter 23: The future of economic diplomacy research
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Based on suggestions for further research by individual authors in the chapters of the Handbook and an extended analysis of recent developments in the field, the final chapter by Peter van Bergeijk, Selwyn Moons and Christian Volpe Martincus puts the growing importance of bilateral economic diplomacy research in the context of the emerging trend towards deglobalization. The chapter develops and discusses the academic agenda for bilateral economic diplomacy research pointing out the need to broaden the scope of existing research and exploring the agenda of microeconomic economic diplomacy research. Finally, the chapter focuses on the potential for economic diplomacy to reduce trade uncertainty and vulnerability to trade shocks.

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