Paul Jenkins, distinguished fellow at CIGI and former senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada, and Paola Subacchi, research director for International Economics at Chatham House, will discuss strengthening diagnostic capabilities of G20 nations to better understand the impact international cooperation has on domestic and global policy objectives. The discussants, drawing lessons from past cooperation efforts, will also lay out how G20 nations can cooperatively face pressing challenges, and recommend a framework for cooperation to prevent future crises and promote economic growth.
Detailed analysis and recommendations are summarized in the recently released report from Chatham House and CIGI: Preventing Crises and Promoting Economic Growth: A Framework for International Policy Cooperation.
Brookings senior fellow, Ralph Bryant, will chair the session. His research focuses on international economics, open-economy macroeconomics, and governance for international institutions.
Paul Jenkins is a CIGI Distinguished Fellow in the Global Economy program. He provides strategic advice to the Global Economy program, including activities related to CIGI’s partnership with the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) and broader macroeconomic issues. His own research focuses on international policy coordination and financial stability, with a particular interest in the G20. From 2003 to 2010, he served as senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada.