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Flashpoints for the Pittsburgh Summit

CIGI Special G20 Report: Flashpoints for the Pittsburgh Summit is a compendium of brief policy papers by respected academics and practitioners who have studied the G20. The Special Report highlights the breadth of CIGI's research on economic governance, financial regulation and reform, international trade, and the capacity of the expanded G20 leadership to prevent or resolve future crises. Edited by Andrew F. Cooper and Daniel Schwanen, and with a foreword by CIGI’s Chair Jim Balsillie, the CIGI Special G20 Report: Flashpoints for the Pittsburgh Summit contains thoughtful commentary and comprehensive policy recommendations on how the G20 can strengthen economic governance and what core issues must be addressed at the Pittsburgh Summit.

About the Authors

Alan S. Alexandroff, former CIGI Senior Fellow
Andrew F. Cooper, former CIGI Distinguished Fellow
Bessma Momani is a CIGI senior fellow and associate professor at the University of Waterloo. Her research focuses on emerging economies in the Middle East.
Colin Bradford, former CIGI Senior Fellow
Daniel Schwanen, former CIGI Senior Fellow
Debra Steger, former CIGI Senior Fellow
Gregory Chin, former CIGI China Research Chair and Senior Fellow
Jennifer Jeffs, former Senior Fellow
CIGI Senior Fellow Pierre Siklos is also a researcher at Australian National University’s Centre for Macroeconomic Analysis and at the Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis.
Thomas Homer-Dixon is the CIGI chair of global systems at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, and a professor at the University of Waterloo.

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