Seminar: “Towards Geoeconomics 2.0: Economic Security Beyond State-Centrism”, June 1 (FIIA, Finland)

Following Russia’s war against Ukraine, geoeconomics as a strategic practice and analytical framework has reached a tipping point. These strategies are no longer confined to great-power politics. Non-state actors such as industrial, financial and technological firms are now resorting to ‘corporate geoeconomics’. State-business relations are being revamped to strengthen economic resilience and security. The current developments are paving the way for a new generation of geoeconomic practice and theory. This seminar explores these themes by discussing the future of geoeconomics and by presenting the findings of recent research.

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