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- 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


Challenges of Investment Treaties on Policy: Areas of Concern to Developing Countries

26th March 2019 Abstract


Elevating Services: Services Trade Policy, WTO Commitments, and their Role in Economic Development and Trade Integration

29th January 2019 Abstract


Structural Transformation and Growth in G-24 countries: 2005-2015

24th January 2019 Abstract


Why Does the Real Exchange Rate Matter for Economic Development?

24th January 2019 Abstract


G-24/AFI Policymakers’ Roundtable on Financial Inclusion

24th January 2019 Abstract


Joint G-24/ LSE/ Coalition for Urban Transitions Seminar: Multilevel Finance, Cities, and the Sustainable Development Goals

24th January 2019 Abstract


Fiscal Policy Incidence on Inequality and Poverty in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

16th January 2019 Abstract