Programs and Projects
The G20 Studies Centre seeks to strengthen the effectiveness of the G20. It does so by undertaking independent analytical research on global economic governance issues and the role of the G20, and supporting research networks in Australia and overseas. The Australian Government provided funding to establish the Centre, which currently focuses on Turkey’s 2015 G20 presidency and China’s upcoming G20 presidency in 2016.
The G20 Studies Centre produces quarterly G20 Monitors that bring together opinions from Australia and around the world to discuss developments in the G20 and suggest policy. It also provides regular commentary through the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter blog and hosts events around themes of economic governance. In May 2015, the Centre will host a conference on the future of international economic governance and the G20. For updates on publications and events, follow us on Twitter @G20SC.