The Future of the G-20 Agenda - Carnegie Mellon and the G-20 - Carnegie Mellon University

Renewing Globalization and Economic Growth in a Post-Crisis World:
The Future of the G-20 Agenda

The Future of the G-20 AgendaOn Sept. 23, Carnegie Mellon will host a day-long conference on the steps needed to revitalize economic growth, reaffirm political liberalization, and restore confidence in globalization in the aftermath of the economic crisis.

The event — on the eve of the G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh and co-organized with the Atlantic Council and U.S. Chamber of Commerce — will bring together leading policy experts, business-minds, government officials and academic experts as they present a vision for the new global economy.

Several of these individuals have contributed essays on subjects key to future G-20 agendas. These are complied in this report, published by Carnegie Mellon's University Press

Table of Contents

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Sources of Growth and the Role of Innovation

The Role of Financial Regulation and Trade in Restoring Growth

The Education of a Workforce for the Twenty-First-Century Economy

Social and Political Challenges of Renewing Globalization