E-commerce has evolved the global trade landscape, opening up trade to online platforms and extending the reach to a larger connected global market. On 26 October 2016, GEG Africa hosted a study group, reaching out to key stakeholders involved in e-commerce trade and regulation. The discussions will enhance the recommendations in our upcoming Discussion Paper and Policy Brief.
On 23 May 2016, the GEG Africa programme hosted a workshop on 'Global Value Chains and Small, Medium Enterprises: What Role for the G20?'
The Global Economic Governance Africa (GEGAfrica) website is the online public platform for access to knowledge gathered and generated by the GEGAfrica project. This project is set to be the primary knowledge centre in Africa on global economic governance research and policy. Read more...
The GEGAfrica programme is funded by the UK’s Department for International Development for a second consecutive phase, from March 2016 to February 2019.