It is not too early for policy makers to begin examining why globalization did not work out the way its advocates either wished or thought it would.
The coronavirus crisis has become the third great globalization shock of this still relatively new century — after the 9/11 attacks in 2001 and the fall of Lehman Brothers in September 2008.
The rapid dispersion of many diseases is one of the inevitable characteristics of globalization. Nationalist approaches are therefore completely counter-productive.
Amidst many worries about globalization, suggestions for a constructive path forward.
What happens if there is no fair distribution of gains and losses? A Renaissance lens could have brought this risk into focus much sooner.