Patrick Low

Patrick Low is a fellow, Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong
Patrick Low
Patrick Low is a fellow, Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong

Latest from Patrick Low

Why the Montreal Protocol is the most successful climate agreement ever
Britain’s decision to go for a ‘hard’ Brexit promises rough ride ahead
Public posturing on contested positions carries needless cost
Three fixes that can save the G20 from becoming just ‘a meeting place for leaders’
WTO must ensure the benefits of the digital economy are available to every business, everywhere
G20 needs deeds, not mere words, to link trade and investment
No margin for error as UK sets about sealing new trade agreements
Rising protectionism threatens global trade
Now for the difficult part: Keeping the Brexit negotiation from turning nasty is a huge challenge
Guaranteed income for everyone a big idea deserving of careful debate
Economists are struggling with this classic problem that lies at the heart of IMF policy
Dumping at heart of Chinese trade stand off
The Brexit question is down to the wire, and things are getting nasty
Why have governments shied away from defending trade?
Let’s hope world trade lull is just a snooze
Why millennials in rich societies face  bleaker prospects than those in poor ones
Why Hong Kong’s youth can no longer expect to be richer than their parents
Common sense not nostalgic yearning should be at the heart of Britain’s EU departure debate
The digital economy is a blessing and a threat
Rising inequality erodes growth, not just social cohesion
US-China trade spats cloud prospects for progress
Asean Economic Community faces numerous challenges
WTO fighting a battle against irrelevance
World Trade Organisation faces moment of reckoning in Nairobi
Progress on climate change beckons in Paris
Uncertainty over ratifying transpacific trade deal
New research focuses on why growth tends to elude small and medium sized companies
Putting in place sustainable development goals at the UN
Africa ascendant although problems linger
Measuring a country's worth beyond GDP