Global Governance Institute


Global Economy

This research thematic investigates the rules, institutions and practices governing the global economy, with a particular focus on global trade policy.

Global Economy
Drawing on the expertise of UCL's world-leading economics department, the political economists in the School of Public Policy, and regulatory experts in Laws, this thematic showcases cutting-edge research on global economic governance, and serve as a platform for applying economic insights across other disciplines on cross-cutting issues of common concern.

Related publications, articles and events:

Margaret Hodge: The Fight Against Tax Evasion

Dame Margaret Hodge

Daniel Kaufmann: The Cost of Corruption

Daniel Kaufmann at a GGI keynote lecture

Trump’s Trade Policy: An Exercise in Futility


Virginia Haufler: Governance in the Global Factory

Virginia Haufler

Peter Mandelson: Trade Policy after Brexit

Peter Mandelson

Jeffery Sachs: Economic Governance and the SDGs

Jeffrey Sachs speaking at the GGI