The Council for Global Problem-Solving (CGP) is the intellectual core of the Global Solutions Initiative. Its members are world-class think tanks and research institutions committed to providing policy advice to the G20 and associated international organizations.
The CGP is an accessible, permeable organization, open to all think tanks and research institutions that fulfill its terms of membership. The CGP works outside the official processes of the G20 and related international fora, but it supports these efforts by providing information, analysis of policy proposals and monitoring progress on policy implementation.
CGP members are engaged in a wide range of activities to offer policy advice to the G20. A selected overview can be found here.
Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany
King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center, Saudi Arabia
Korea Development Institute (KDI), South Korea
Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP), South Korea
LPEM FEB UI Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
New Economic School (NES), Russia
Observer Research Foundation, India
OECD, Policy Studies Branch
Oxford Martin School, UK
Pew Research Center, USA
Renmin University, China
UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, SDSN,
SAIIA, South Africa
Stiftung Mercator, Germany
THE NEW INSTITUTE, Germany
University College London (UCL), UK