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Hannah Wurf

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Hannah Wurf is a Research Associate working in the G20 Studies Centre at the Lowy Institute. Her research interests are global governance and multilateralism. She has completed research on the impact of European Union membership on domestic institutions. Her current research focuses on the Group of 20 (G20) and the multilateral development banks. She holds a Masters of Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor of International Studies (Honours) with a Major in Government from the University of Sydney. During her undergraduate degree, she spent six months studying at Sciences-Po in Paris. She also has three years of private sector experience and lived in Hong Kong for eight years.

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14 Feb 2017
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The pace of change in Asia and new and more flexible sources of finance mean that the Asian Development Bank needs to continue to demonstrate its relevance to donors and borrowers.

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The ADB faces three challenges in the 21st century:...

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29 Jul 2016
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In this Lowy Institute Analysis, G20 Studies Centre Research Fellow and Project Director Tristram Sainsbury and Research Associate Hannah Wurf argue that the G20 should be at the centre of Australia’s approach to international economic engagement in the years ahead.

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19 May 2016
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It is now close to the halfway point in China’s 2016 G20 Presidency, and this issue of the G20 Monitor discusses several additional considerations for China as it pursues a vision of an innovative, invigorated, interconnected, and inclusive world economy.

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25 Aug 2015
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The 17th issue of the G20 Monitor examines the progress made by the 2015 Turkish G20 Presidency and explores potential priority areas for the 2016 Chinese Presidency.

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The G20 is making headway on Turkey’s priorities of investment, implementation, and inclusiveness...

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9 Apr 2015
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This issue of the G20 Monitor examines the three priority ‘i’s of the 2015 Turkish Presidency: inclusiveness, implementation, and investment. It explores the basis for the ‘i’s, assesses progress made on the priorities to date, and suggests policies the G20 can pursue for each priority....

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