Ngaire Woods: The G20 is The Place We Can Hold Countries and Institutions to Account

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In this interview from the World Economic Forum in Davos, GEG Director Ngaire Woods argues the G20 is important because is the place to coordinate and hold countries and institutions to account for the promises they made after the financial crisis in 2009.  She also looks forward and predicts growth and jobs will top the agenda at the St.Petersburg G20 meeting later this year.