Examining global and European economic governance, the eurozone, the UK in the global economy, plus the US economy and transatlantic economic cooperation

Increased economic interdependency means that international monetary systems and the framework of global economic governance must keep pace with the rate of change. 

As the demands of international trade finance and capital flows continue to shift the balance of the global economy and drive economic development, this puts the role of institutions such as the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and G20 under increased scrutiny as legitimate and effective forums for international policy cooperation in the 21st century.

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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