Global Economic Governance Through the Lens of Inequality and Sustainable Development: Meeting Report
This meeting report is the result of a one-day workshop held in Geneva, Switzerland, on September 13, 2019, on the subjects of global economic governance, income inequality and sustainable development.
The meeting focused specifically on global trade and investment regimes, looking at the issues of market access, electronic commerce, competition policy and industrial policy. The report summarizes the main points raised and outlines potential future work in this area that could help address some of the governance and research gaps identified. The workshop participants were from academia, think tanks, civil society and international agencies, who took part in their personal capacities.
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