Publications

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Reports
Financial regulation and the G20
This issue of the Monitor examines financial regulation and the role of the G20. It is part of a series examining specific issues on the G20 agenda. The next Monitor will cover…
Speeches
G20 Studies Centre workshop 25 June 2013: Trade and the G20
G20 Studies Centre workshop 25 June 2013: Trade and the G20Hugh Jorgensen
Did 9/11 change our world?
Interactives
Did 9/11 change our world?
We asked six experts, “Did 9/11 define our world? If so, how? If not, what did?” After each of their responses to these questions, editor Lydia Khalil challenges the experts…
Lowy Institute Conversations: Jeffrey Sachs on global cooperation and sustainable development in the time of COVID-19
Podcasts
Lowy Institute Conversations: Jeffrey Sachs on global cooperation and sustainable development in the time of COVID-19
In this episode of Conversations, Alexandre Dayant talks with Prof. Jeffrey Sachs about global cooperation in the time of COVID-19, vaccine distribution and Australia’s…
Commentary
G20 needs to pay attention to WTO
In an opinion piece in The Australian Financial Review, Mark Thirlwell writes that the WTO needs to be prepared for the ways in which looming mega-regional deals will change the…
Analyses
Saving multilateralism: the G20, the WTO, and world trade
The multilateral trading system, an important contributor to global peace and prosperity, is in trouble.  In a new Lowy Institute Analysis for the G20 Studies Centre, Mark…
Reports
Trade and the G20
This issue of the Monitor examines international trade and the role of the G20. Over coming months the Monitor will cover in detail a number of issues that are, or should be on…
Speeches
The G20 Leaders’ process five years on: an assessment from an Asian perspective
One of the most significant developments in global economic leadership in recent years has been the development of the G20 Leaders’ Summit.After a positive start,…
Commentary
Yes, we can spend our way to recovery if we are careful
Australia has rightly lost its fear of big deficits. But we must walk back debt in lockstep with private sector expansion. Originally published in The Australian Financial Review.