Pages tagged by "G20"

Global cooperation on lifting growth and other G20 outcomes

Peter Drysdale on the importance of the Brisbane G20 summit focus on lifting global growth.

How the world’s economic growth is un-economic

Human welfare per capita has not improved since 1978.

Australia and China after their free trade agreement

Peter Drysdale on a big week in Asia Pacific economic diplomacy.

Australia focuses on Asian trade

Crawford experts predict important week of trade policy.

Navigating international tax

Miranda Stewart on the alphabet soup of international tax.

The 13th HW Arndt Memorial Lecture - The G20, global growth, and international macroeconomic cooperation

The global economic recovery is on course but remains weak. Many analysts and policymakers have recently called for international cooperation in the setting of macroeconomic policies. A global growth target has been adopted by the G20 to aid such cooperation.

US and China energy and climate policy and the G20

Climate and energy policy is once more near the top of the US government’s policy agenda, and occupies a prominent position in China’s development planning and policy. Both countries strive for global leadership on clean energy technologies, and both are preparing national pledges to reduce or constrain their carbon emissions for the period after 2020. The active pursuit of this policy agenda has implications for the strategic relationship of the world’s superpowers, and for the G20 agenda.

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