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Deglobalisation or “slowbalisation”?

There is increasing concern that we are entering a period of deglobalisation. A heightened sense of geopolitical risk and stress within global supply chains following the Covid pandemic and the Russia Ukraine are contributing to fears of a retreat in global trade growth. A series of targeted interventionalist policies by the West towards countries reliant on importing advanced technology and rising US-China tensions are only adding fuel to this fire. In this webinar, we explore whether these fears are warranted in our view and what is visible in the trade data.

Niti Gupta
Niti Gupta

Senior Economist, OE Australia

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Niti Gupta

Niti Gupta

Senior Economist, OE Australia

Melbourne, Australia

Niti joined Oxford Economics in 2021 as a member of the consulting department, focusing on ports and freight related projects on a global scale. She has assisted with development of long-term trade forecasts for a range of ports both here in Australia and overseas. This has involved deep dives into the ports and the activity through them and translating this into economic drivers of future trade activity.

She has international experience in consulting on projects within Local Government, Maritime, Transport & Logistics and the Consumer Goods Industry. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Niti worked at DP World Dubai for six years, in which time she led/co-led a Business Intelligence team covering non-containerised cargo business in the UAE region.

Sebastien Tillett

Graduate Economist

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Sebastien Tillett

Graduate Economist

London, United Kingdom

Sebastien joined Oxford Economics in 2023 as a graduate working across freight and transport advisory consulting. His main area of experience is in providing data analysis on projects within the maritime/trade and transport industries.

Prior to working at Oxford Economics, Sebastien had technology roles at AMP and Macquarie Bank before completing a Master of Economics.

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