The G20 and Global Governance

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Global Economic Governance Programme Director, Professor Ngaire Woods, has recently published a new GEG Working Paper on the subject of the G20 Leaders group. In her paper, “The G20 Leaders and Global Governance,” Woods traces the trajectory of the G20 across its first four meetings, ultimately examining the ways in which the organisation might move forward as an agenda-setter and orchestrator of global governance.

For more on the G20, come along to The G20 and Global Governance, with speakers Sir John Cunliffe (Prime Minister’s Advisor on Europe and Global Issues), Mr. Amar Bhattacharya (Director, G24), and Dr. Cyrus Rustomjee (Director, Economic Affairs, Commonwealth Secretariat) on Friday 3 December, Swire Seminar Room, 12 Merton Street, University College.