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Tuesday, 22 September 2009 00:00

Soundings Series: National Perspectives on Global Leadership

Written by CIGI

Authors: Andres Rozental , Andrew F. Cooper, Barry Carin, Colin Bradford, Diana Tussie, Martin Albrow, Peter Draper, Thomas Fues, Denise Gregory, Prahtap Mehta, Jacques Mistral, Eser Şekercioğlu, Lan Xue, and Tomas Zinner

Researchers and scholars worldwide have turned their attention to the global economic crisis. National Perspectives on Global Leadership (NPGL), a joint project by the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and the Brookings Institution, is an innovative project that focuses on a central question:

To what extent are the G8 and G20 summits seen by national publics in G20 countries as serving their interests and meeting their expectations that leaders will take responsibility for global economic stewardship?

NPGL is an experimental inquiry into the political relationships between national leaders and their publics. Within this project, experts are exploring the degree to which G20 leaders can rebuild public trust in their capacity to act collectively to restore the world’s economy. Restoration of public faith would have both political and economic impacts: it would raise the confidence levels of consumers, investors and money markets and, by extension, contribute to global economic stability and growth.

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