ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY STRATEGY FOR THE RECOVERY OF THE SLOWDOWN OF GLOBALIZATION (SLOWBALIZATION)

José Manuel Macedo BOTELHO, Iveta MIETULE, Hanna PURIY, Irina MAKSYMOVA, Volodymyr KULISHOV

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The article investigates a transition from globalization to its more restricted model called «slow stabilization» or «slowbalization» in the context of the most decisive challenge to economic diplomacy. The authors of this study identify the problems of globalization, outline possible causes and consequences, and consider the option of returning to comprehensive protectionism as a manifestation of the economic diplomacy of national economic systems in the context of globalization and «slowbalization». The novelty of this work is in using economic diplomacy, in the unique pandemic context, as a driver to support economic recovery, helping to define national and international policies and creating a strong network where government, embassies, consulates, agencies, institutions, companies and households can come together to achieve effective cooperation. The research concludes that economic diplomacy in general, and export promotion agencies in particular, encourage export promotion and trade growth. Authors establish that the strategy of economic diplomacy is the driver of recovery and can assist in the scenario of deceleration defining a clear export strategy, creating a large network that involves all actors and network of offices abroad to spread the exports policy, and employing a wide variety of instruments, such as bilateral, regional, and multilateral agreements.

JEL: F63, F68, O40.


Ключові слова


globalization; slowbalization; protectionism; economic diplomacy; export promotion agencies (EPAs).

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