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This communique presents the agreed positions of the participants in the G20 Brisbane Summit, as well as key documents, and issues for further action.
Raising global growth to deliver better living standards and quality jobs for people across the world is...
In this Lowy Institute Analysis, G20 Studies Centre Director Mike Callaghan examines what outcomes from the Brisbane G20 Summit in November would help reinvigorate the forum and render this year's Summit a success.
Key findingsWhile Australia has sought to strengthen the...
This issue of the Monitor contains reflections on Think20 2014. The Think20 involves think tanks and academics from G20 countries, and aims to feed policy ideas into the G20 process. The Monitor contains papers covering the four policy areas discussed at Think20 2014: The G20’s...
This collection of papers presents recommendations for Brisbane's G20 Summit, on the themes of development, financing for infrastructure, trade liberalisation, and the G20 finance process.
On 1 December 2013, Australia began its twelve-month presidency of the G20, a role that will...
Australia will chair the G20 for 12 months from 1 December 2013. It will be the largest international economic meeting ever held in Australia. This paper outlines the strategy, priorities and steps required for the Brisbane G20 summit to be a success – it is...
This paper examines the role, effectiveness and processes associated with the G20, specifically looking at the issues of international governance, financial regulation and taxation regulation.
With the GFC behind us and the G20’s financial system reform agenda ending soon, the...