Chatham House: Independent thinking on international affairs

Current Projects

Current Projects

This project will explore the outlook for key global industries over the next decade and identify emerging 'global champions'. 
Research in this area aims to use the latest available data and modelling techniques to offer long-term projections on retirement income.
In order to confront the longer-term challenges posed by increased economic interdependency, the framework of global economic governance must keep pace with the integration of the global economy.  
This project is assessing China's renminbi strategy, including both China's short-term and long-term goals for its currency.
This project will re-assess the advantages and weaknesses of the current fiat currency monetary system and explore the possibility of a new role for gold.
This project is exploring the unique challenges and opportunities facing emerging financial centres in the Greater China region.
This project explores the way that markets, institutions, and public policy interact to create and sustain competitive advantage in response to these global changes.
This project aims to advance the debate on European economic governance, and propose a constructive framework on how to strengthen it.
This project aims to examine the potential contribution of a new approach to investments in infrastructures to promote European economic growth. A more intensive usage of long-dated financial assets could support these investments and help to restore long-term growth, in the broader context of the implementation of more integrated policies.
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