The Global Economic Governance Programme fosters research and debate on how to make the global economy inclusive and sustainable. Through rigorous research attentive to policy realities, our work aims to:
- understand how international rules, institutions and practices governing the global economy are forged and impact citizens and the environment
- incubate new ideas and policy proposals aimed at reshaping the global economy to address the most pressing needs of citizens and environment
- foster dialogue between academic, government and stakeholder groups, including under-represented voices, to improve the quality of policy analysis and decision-making
Our work draws together a core group of scholars based in Oxford and a network of academics and practitioners from around the world hosted by the Blavatnik School of Government and University College at the University of Oxford.