Is it all globalization's fault?

A heated discussion has arisen around the recent rise of populist parties in advanced democracies. One of the most relevant phenomena linked to the populist wave is the so-called "backlash of globalization". In a recent work on this topic, we define this phenomenon as the political shift of voters and parties towards a protectionist and isolationist direction, with substantial implications on the policies supported and implemented by governments.


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