The G20 is a forum of the 20 most politically and economically powerful countries of the world. Think20 (T20), the network of leading research institutes and think tanks from the G20 countries provides research-based policy advice to the G20, facilitates interaction among its members and the policy community, and communicates issues of global importance. As one of the lead members, IPAG submitted a Policy Brief on “Role of innovative policies in incentivizing Women’s Labor Force participation – A response to trends in aging population” which has been published in the T20 2019 website.
Trade and Development
While the modern Canadian economy is largely diversified, natural resources still play an incredibly important role when it comes to creating economic opportunity and prosperity. So, why can’t Canada seem to get resource development right?
The availability of metals is conditional for the development of innovation-critical technologies needed in the transition to a sustainable society. However, the extraction and processing of such metals need to be sustainable.
In mid-January, two of the European Union’s largest economic powers met in Aachen to commit to closer cooperation and continued friendship.
International tax competition has been an emerging issue for years. There are various political approaches to agree on common standards on a supranational level.
One of the factors influencing the quality of teaching in an education institute is the number of students per teacher, referred to as the student-to-teacher ratio. The higher the ratio, the greater are the average number of students per teacher and the lesser is the time a teacher spends on an individua
The European Commission adopted the Blue Growth Strategy in 2012 in order to harness the potential of Europe’s oceans, seas and coasts for growth and jobs. Since the adoption of the strategy, the Blue Economy has become a driver for Europe’s welfare and prosperity.
Japan’s diplomats face a busy few months as Tokyo prepares to host the Group of 20 summit for the first time, just when international economic cooperation has rarely been under so much pressure.
Mounting concern over the impact of technology and automation on economic, social, and political systems has induced slow-moving panic in Europe and the United States.
Pakistan in the recent years has come to terms with several unexpected natural disasters. These events were inimical to infrastructure and livelihoods.Thousands of people have been injured, displaced and killed because of unforeseen floods, droughts, and cyclones.