Global Economic Governance Programme
Full name and acronym: Global Economic Governance Programme (GEG)
Founding date: 2003
Objectives: The three core objectives of the programme are: (1) to conduct and foster research into international organizations and markets as well as new public-private governance regimes; (2) to create and maintain a network of scholars and policy-makers working on these issues; (3) to influence debate and policy in both the public and the private sector in developed and developing countries.
Main projects in globalisation studies: Reforming the international financial institutions, Governing new financing for development, the International aid architecture
Outputs: Working papers, Meeting Reports, Seminar Series, Annual Lecture, Special Sections of Academic Journals
Staff numbers: Senior Research Fellow, Junior Research Fellow, Visiting Senior Fellow, Administrative Officer, Research Officer, Project Managers, Network of researchers
Director/Coordinator: Dr. Ngaire Woods, University of Oxford
Funding: MacArthur Foundation, International Development Research Centre, Alumni of University College.
Street address: University College, High St, Oxford OX1 4BH