Preventing Crises and Promoting Economic Growth

A Framework for International Policy Cooperation

Paola Subacchi, Paul Jenkins
Release Date: October 1, 2011

This report argues that how nations cooperate on economic policy is inadequate to prevent economic crises or to achieve balanced, stable, and sustainable global growth. It sets out a new “framework for international policy cooperation,” including the establishment of international impact assessments for domestic policy decisions and improving the transparency and governance of the G20.

Chatham House Reports are topical, policy-relevant publications on today’s key global challenges. They draw on the institute’s unique cross-cutting research expertise to offer new insights, fresh approaches, and specific recommendations. For further information on these and additional reports in the series, visit the Chatham House website.

Copublished with the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI).