Friday, 25 July 2014
China’s growing economic standing suggests a power shift for the twenty-first-century global economy, as exemplified through the internationalization of China’s currency, the renminbi (RMB). RMB internationalization can fill China’s financial integration gap by promoting faster internal financial reforms, stronger interconnectivity between trade and finance, and greater economic responsibility.
Tuesday, 22 July 2014
"It's time to end the zero-sum game of competitive reserve accumulation and the messy scramble to sign bilateral and regional swap agreements," write CIGI Senior Fellow Brett House and former research associate Kevin English.
China’s stance on ‘mega deals’ will shape its economy and international trading system, CIGI report says
Monday, 14 July 2014
China can influence the future development of the international trading system by its stance toward “mega deals,” according to a new report CIGI.
Wednesday, 2 July 2014
Dr. Heather Smith, Deputy Secretary, G20 Sherpa in Australia’s Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, delivered a keynote address on the challenges Australia faces in chairing the G20 during a period of post-crisis consolidation. Dr. Smith spoke on how the Australian presidency of the G20 is working with members to promote growth, build resilience in the global economy and build a durable international order to underpin global prosperity in the twenty-first century. The 2014 G20 leaders’ summit will be November 15-16, 2014, in Brisbane, Australia.
G20 Sherpa for host Australia to address Ottawa audience on agenda and challenges for 2014 summit in Brisbane
Monday, 23 June 2014
CIGI invites media to cover its CIGI Global Policy Forum, “Shifting Gear — Reshaping the G20 and Addressing the Global Growth Challenge,” on July 2, 2014, at the Rideau Club in Ottawa, Canada.
New Canada Among Nations Series book – Crisis and Reform – outlines ways for Canada to retain influence in global financial system
Tuesday, 3 June 2014
Canada should continue to play an outsized role in the development and regulation of the international financial system, according to a new book published by CIGI in partnership with the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA).
Thursday, 22 May 2014
"While Bali undoubtedly marked a fresh achievement and carries substantial positive demonstration effects for the multilateral system, considered views on the long-term import of the Bali discussions are mixed," writes CIGI Senior Fellow Brett House, commenting on the 9th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO) at Bali.
Macroeconomic policy expert Adam Posen to discuss world economy’s return to ‘old normal,’ in lecture at CIGI
Monday, 5 May 2014
Adam Posen, president of Washington, D.C.’s Peterson Institute for International Economics, will discuss the global economy’s return to a late 19th-century model following the financial crisis, in the next CIGI Signature Lecture.
CIGI report on international trade highlights shift toward ‘mega deals’ and potential impact on China
Friday, 2 May 2014
The global trading system appears to be shifting toward more “mega deals” between large trading entities, such as the United States, the European Union, China, according to a new report from CIGI.
Wednesday, 16 April 2014
In their assessment of the IMF's April ministerial meetings in Washington, Domenico Lombardi, Director of CIGI's Global Economy Program, and Samantha St. Amand, CIGI Research Associate, write that "the sources of weakness in the global economy appear to have now shifted from advanced to emerging economies, as the recovery in the major advanced economies strengthens and monetary policy appears to be on a track towards ‘normalization’."