What progress has been made in improving the international economic governance system over the past year? The 2014 CIGI Survey of Progress in International Economic Governance offers a clear message, that weak governance arrangements persist in the face of substantial economic uncertainty. In this week's podcast, CIGI Research Fellow David Kempthorne visits the studio to discuss the survey's findings, touching on four key dimensions: macroeconomic and financial cooperation, cooperation on financial regulation, cooperation on trade, and cooperation on climate change. 

For more on the 2014 CIGI Survey of Progress in International Economic Governance, please see the corresponding policy brief and interactive

Join co-hosts David Welch and Andrew Thompson for the fifth season of Inside the Issues — a weekly podcast series — as they share timely and candid discussions with global governance experts on issues related to the core areas of CIGI expertise: Global Economy, Global Security & Politics and International Law.
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