Revisiting Global Governance



Global Governance is currently at crossroads. With the spectre of the 2008 financial crisis still haunting us, perhaps there is no better opportunity for the G20 to refocus on the Governance debate. The negotiations around the current international monetary system are a matter of paramount importance for the future of the global economy (Strange 1998).


Central Bank International Monetary Fund Audit Committee Executive Board Risk Governance 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.State Bank of IndiaMumbaiIndia

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