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2003 G8 Pre-Summit Conference

Governing Globalization:
G8, Public and Corporate Governance

Tuesday, May 27, 2003
INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France

Hosted by the Research Group on Global Financial Governance, the Guido Carli Association, the G8 Research Group, the EnviReform Project, INSEAD, the Club of Athens-Global Governance Group, le Comité pour un Parlement Mondial, Futuribles and the Académie de la Paix


G8 Performance from Birmingham to Evian and Beyond     [PAPER]
Nicholas Bayne, KPMG, London School of Economics and Political Science

Corporate Governance in the Twenty-First Century     [PAPER]
Donald J.S. Brean, University of Toronto, and Christopher Kobrak, ESCP-EAP, European School of Management

Governance and Conflicts of Interest in International Financial Institutions     [PAPER]
Michele Fratianni, Indiana University, and John C. Pattison, CIBC

The Needs and Challenges of World Governance     [TRANSCRIPT]
Olivier Giscard d Estaing, INSEAD

Globalisation, Governance and the G8 Summit     [PAPER]
Seiichi Kondo, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Regional Multinationals and Regional Trade Policy: The End of Multilateralism    [ABSTRACT]
Alan Rugman, Indiana University and University of Oxford

Toward Accountable Leadership: The G8, WTO and Public Governance in the Doha Round [ABSTRACT]
Heidi Ullrich, London School of Economics and Political Science

Dangerous Currents: The Global Order in 2003     [ABSTRACT]
Kimon Valaskakis, Global Governance Group-Club of Athens

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