Indian policymakers engage with GEG flagship research project

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Peter Knaack recently traveled to Mumbai, India to engage with leading policymakers in the field of financial regulation. He presented the results of GEG's flagship project on how developing countries navigate global banking standards at the Gateway House, India's number one foreign policy think tank. Financial regulators at the Reserve Bank of India also invited Peter to present research results and discuss how low and lower-middle income countries can tailor Basel II and III to their idiosyncratic risk profiles and development needs.

The GEG flagship project is led by Professor Emily Jones, and is generously funded by UK DFID and the Economic and Social Research Council. A new interactive website that summarises this research can be found here.