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Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE) - Warwick

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Research in Warwick’s ESRC Centre on Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE) focuses on how markets, institutions, and public policies interact to create and sustain competitive advantage in a changing global economy, how such advantage has evolved historically, and how it has influenced growth, deprivation, and well-being both in the short and over long periods of time. CAGE is organized to address three interlocking questions that arise (1) What explains catching-up, forging ahead or falling behind in economic growth over the long run? (2) What permits countries to adjust to new opportunities presented by global economic development? (3) When does succeeding in the global economy translate into reduced deprivation and enhanced general well-being? The director is Professor Nicholas Crafts.

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