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The implication of the war in Ukraine for Global Problem Solving
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The workshop was framed in the spirit of Global Solutions: What strategies and outcomes are desireble to create the possible chances of global cooperation on global challenges, such as climate change, with the theme of recoupling in mind? The workshop series was kicked-off with short input statements by Markus Engels (GSI), Andrés Ortega (Elcano), Cayley Clifford (SAIIA), Munir Khasru (IPAG), Colin Bradford (Brookings), Wang Wen (RDCY), Vladimir Safatle (University ... Read more
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Digital Transformation: Governance reforms and development opportunities
On 21 February 2022,  the first series of the Council for Global Problem-Solving’s workshop took place and dealt with the topic Digital  Transformation: Governance reforms and development opportunities. Dr. Paul Twomey presented the recent work of the Digital Governance working group, which he leads with Dennis Snower. Prof. Syed Munir Khasru discussed how digital transformations ... Read more
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Decarbonization and the Democracy Crisis
In the third workshop of the CGP workshop series, Guntram Wolff presented his working paper “Can climate change be tackled without ditching economic growth?“. He explored whether decarbonisation and economic growth are compatible or whether the world economy needs to grow less to be able to reduce greenhouse gas emissions fast enough to reach net zero ... Read more
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International Finance – CGP Workshop
In the second series of the CGP Workshop on international finance José Siaba Serrate (CARI), Akshay Mathur (ORF Mumbai) and Franco Bruni (ISPI) presented their policy briefs and took stock of the work within the T20 Italy Task Force on International Finance and current developments at the G20 level. The statement on International Finance submitted ... Read more
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