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CIGI SENIOR FELLOWJames M. Boughton is a CIGI Senior Fellow and former historian of the IMF. At CIGI, James’s research focuses on the evolution of Canada’s role in international governance.
Research ProgramCIGI’s Global Security & Politics program focuses on a range of issues in peace and conflict, including nuclear-energy governance and security sector reform.
CIGI ProjectThis CIGI project is premised on the idea that strengthened governance is the key to containing chaos and achieving order in the New Arctic.
CIGI SENIOR FELLOWBarry Eichengreen is a CIGI Senior Fellow whose research focuses on the internationalization of the renminbi, including a comparative analysis of regionalization and full-fledged internationalization.
CIGI SENIOR FELLOWA CIGI senior fellow and associate professor at the University of Waterloo, Bessma Momani's research and commentary focuses on economics and foreign policy in the Middle East.
CIGI Chair of Global SystemsThomas Homer-Dixon is the CIGI chair of global systems at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, and a professor at the University of Waterloo.
THEMATICThe Global Economy program monitors the governance and policies of international financial institutions and engages governance bodies and stakeholders to influence the policy debate.
CIGI DISTINGUISHED FELLOWMelissa Hathaway is a CIGI distinguished fellow, and is contributing to the Global Security & Politics Program’s research on Internet governance.
THEMATICThis Global Economy research theme assesses the emerging trend toward plurilateral and regional agreements, and the implications this has for the multilateral trade architecture.
DIRECTOR OF THE GLOBAL SECURITY & POLITICS PROGRAMFen Hampson is a distinguished fellow and director of the global security & politics program at CIGI. Formerly, he served as director of the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs.
THEMATICAs China’s sustained economic growth translates into greater assertiveness of its role in the world, this CIGI research theme focuses on China’s agenda in shaping the global economy.
ProjectThe Global Commission on Internet Governance was established in January 2014, to articulate and advance a strategic vision for the future Internet governance.
CIGI DISTINGUISHED FELLOWA former Canadian deputy cabinet minister, NATO ambassador and G7/G8 Sherpa, Gordon Smith is a distinguished fellow and leading expert on the evolution of the G20 and global summitry.
THEMATICThis Global Economy research theme explores some innovative approaches to debt restructuring, leveraging on the incentives that market participants may have in adopting them.
Director of the Global Economy ProgramHaving previously served on the IMF executive board, Domenico Lombardi now leads CIGI's Global Economy program as a renowned expert on summitry, global governance, and monetary system reform.