Women Shaping Global Economic Governance

Arancha Gonzalez, Marion Jansen 04 July 2019

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Contents

Foreword by Angela Merkel

Preface by Brigid Laffan and Beatrice Weder di Mauro

Introduction by Arancha González and Marion Jansen

Part I: Governing finance

Introduction
Governing finance: Redefining a broader sense of purpose
Christine Lagarde

The challenges of macroeconomic stability in developing countries: The case of Botswana
Linah K Mohohlo

The role of international tax cooperation in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
Monica Bhatia

Central bank strategies to boost investor confidence in an era of volatility, rapid economic transformation, and uncertainty
Elvira Nabiullina

National Development Banks for inclusive and sustainable development
Stephany Griffith-Jones

Part II: Governing trade and investment

Introduction
Bringing trade policy up to date for a changing world
Cecilia Malmström

Protecting the WTO’s crown jewel: Appellate Body reform proposals
Zhang Yuejiao

Global guiding principles for investment governance: The bumpy road to multilateral investment rules
Ana Novik

Trade policy for prosperity: The value of open markets
Vera Songwe

Confrontation, disruptive technologies, and geostrategic rivalry: The quest for renewed global trade governance
Anabel González

Part III: Governing the global labour market

Introduction
What future for the WTO?
Sharan Burrow

Working conditions in global supply chains
Drusilla Brown

Instances of international coherence in the international social and economic order: The integration of trade and labour considerations
Gabrielle Marceau

Migration, trade, and investment
Leila Baghdadi

The future of education in the developing world
Cláudia Costin

The integration of immigrants in domestic labour markets
Sara Pantuliano

Part IV: New challenges to global economic governance

Introduction
Africa in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

Prosperity requires a planet: Climate change matters
Teresa Ribera

Is Womenomics working?
Kathy Matsui

Economics of populism
Erica Owen

Governance in the era of data-driven decision-making algorithms
Nuria Oliver

How do we ensure good reporting in the age of noise?
Soumaya Keynes

Vulnerability and opportunity: What small states can teach the world
Mia Amor Mottley

Executive Director, International Trade Centre

Chief Economist, International Trade Centre

Events

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