GEG Director Ngaire Woods Delivers Princeton Lectures

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On 4 and 5 November, Professor Ngaire Woods, director of the Global Economic Governance Programme, presented this year's Richard Ullman Lectures at Princeton University. The lecture series features outstanding scholars of international affairs and addresses topics of pressing concern to the world community. For her first lecture, she asked, “Why Question Global Governance in the 21st Century?" and in the second, she presented the topic “Less but Better: Making De-Globalized Governance Work.”

The set of talks will be compiled into a book and published by Princeton University Press.