Research | G-24

All Research Papers

The objective o f the G-24 Research Program is to support and strengthen the capacity of the members to effectively engage and participate in ongoing discussions of issues of particular concern to developing countries. Broadly, the research and work programs revolve around 5 areas: (a) The Global Economy and Growth Agenda; (b) Financing for Development; (c) Infrastructure Investment; (d) Financial Inclusion; and (e) Reform and Governance of International Financial Institutions.

Outputs and publications do not necessarily reflect the positions of the G-24 or its members. Feedback from readers is welcome.


Breakfast Dialogue- Taxing the Digital Economy: What the OECD Inclusive Framework Consensus Solution Would Mean for G-24 Countries

21st November 2019 Abstract


Panel Discussion- Corporate Taxation in the Global Economy: Can a Consensus for Reform Emerge?

21st November 2019 Abstract


Roundtable Discussion- Taxing the Digital Economy: What the OECD Inclusive Framework Consensus Solution Would Mean for G-24 Countries

24th October 2019 Abstract


Breakfast Dialogue- Corporate Taxation in the Global Economy: Can a Consensus for Reform Emerge?

23rd October 2019 Abstract


Panel Discussion- Taxing the Digital Economy: What the OECD Inclusive Framework Consensus Solution Would Mean for G-24 Countries

18th October 2019 Abstract


INTERGOVERNMENTAL GROUP OF TWENTY-FOUR ON INTERNATIONAL MONETARY AFFAIRS AND DEVELOPMENT

17th October 2019 Abstract


Roundtable Discussion- Are We Heading Towards a New World Trade Order? Effects on G-24 Countries and a Possible Agenda for the Bretton Woods Institutions

20th September 2019 Abstract


Breakfast Dialogue- International Tax Policy at a Critical Juncture: The Search for Consensus on Reforms

19th April 2019 Abstract


INTERGOVERNMENTAL GROUP OF TWENTY-FOUR ON INTERNATIONAL MONETARY AFFAIRS AND DEVELOPMENT

12th April 2019 Abstract


Quantifying the Policy Space for Regulating Capital Flows in Trade and Investment Treaties

27th March 2019 Abstract