Global Economy and Finance

Chatham House research covers issues critical to both emerging and developed economies, including global economic governance, the international monetary system, international finance and trade.

Projects in this area include work on China's currency internationalization, transatlantic economic cooperation, the eurozone and economic governance and the G20.

A major programmatic focus of this work for Chatham House is carried out by the Global Economy and Finance Department and its projects.

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Breaking the Vicious Circle: Restoring Economic Growth and Flexibility in Italy
Chatham House Briefing

Breaking the Vicious Circle: Restoring Economic Growth and Flexibility in Italy

The World Today

The World in Brief: From the archive

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Chinese Immigration into the EU: New Trends, Dynamics and Implications

Soaring Dragon, Stumbling Bear: China's rise in a comparative context
Chatham House Briefing

Soaring Dragon, Stumbling Bear: China's Rise in a Comparative Context

Tax Competition and the Myth of the 'Race to the Bottom'
Chatham House Briefing

Tax Competition and the Myth of the 'Race to the Bottom': Why Governments Still Tax Capital

Africa's growth prospects in a European mirror
Chatham House Briefing

Africa's Growth Prospects in a European Mirror: A Historical Perspective

The World Today

Q&A with Håkan Tribell

The World Today

The growth that never was

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Papers for conference: Competition Policy and Economic Growth

Chatham House Briefing

Intra-European Imbalances: the Need for a Positive-sum-game Approach

Chatham House Briefing

EU Structural Funds: Do They Generate More Growth?

Chatham House Briefing

International Migration, Politics and Culture: the Case for Greater Labour Mobility

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Chinese Investment in the Greater European Zone

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Chinese Overseas Direct Investment in the European Union

The World Today

European leadership is limp, but Merkel on steroids is not the answer

International Affairs

Asia's role in twenty-first-century global economic governance

Chatham House Briefing

Saving the Eurozone: Is a Real Marshall Plan the Answer?

The World Today

Finance can lead the way to a sustainable economy

The World Today

Carl Bildt says southern Europe needs a Nordic cold shower

The World Today

Why Angela Merkel won’t bail out the profligate countries of Europe

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