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In the first chapter, „Freedom increases prosperity – all over the world”, Prof. Luca Rebeggiani shows the clear correlation between the liberalisation of economies and their prosperity. He demonstrates that this applies in particular to poor countries andlow-income groups.
In the second chapter, Prof. Heribert Dieter highlights that free trade requires rules. It becomes clear here that the benefits of globalization increase enormously through good rules and that weaker actors particularly benefit from these rules.
In the third chapter, Prof. Galina Kolev investigates the question of whether free trade harms the environment. She comes to the conclusion that this clear correlation does not exist, although it is often axiomatically assumed in the public debate.
In the fourth chapter, Dr Axel Berger shows that attempting to define rules for sustainability within the framework of trade partnerships does work.
Read the entire publication on free trade here as a PDF.