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. 

As the balance of the global economy continues to shift, International Economics at Chatham House is exploring the changing role of the G20 in global economic governance. Although the G20 has played an important role in facilitating international policy cooperation following the recent crisis, it has yet to be seen whether the group can play a more institutionalized role in bridging the gap between global markets and national economies. The International Economics team is examining how the G20 can best serve as a legitimate and effective forum for global economic governance in the 21st century.

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