The Global Economic Governance (GEG) Africa programme is a policy research and stakeholder engagement programme to strengthen the influence of pro-poor African coalitions at global economic governance fora.

Publications (105)

This discussion paper examines the roles of South Africa and Kenya as regional gateways for global value chains (GVCs) coordinated by multinational corporations (MNCs), and the obstacles small and medium enterprises (SMEs) face in entering those value chains, owing to the voluntary sustainability standards (VSS) enacted by MNCs.
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, October 2017
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, August 2017
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, August 2017
Wednesday, 30 August 2017 16:01

E-Commerce Country Case Study: South Africa

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GEGAfrica Discussion Paper, August 2017
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, July 2017
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, June 2017
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, May 2017
Monday, 20 February 2017 11:39

Transparency in Beneficial Ownership

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GEGAfrica Discussion Paper, February 2017
GEGAfrica Discussion Paper, November 2016
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, November 2016
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, October 2016
GEGAfrica Policy Briefing, October 2016
SAIIA Policy Insights No 19, June 2015
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 210, February 2015  Download - English (156.34 kB) Published by SAIIA's Economic Diplomacy Programme
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 184, May 2014 Download - English (967.12 kB)Published by SAIIA's Economic Diplomacy Programme
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 181, April 2014 Download - English (885.94 kB)Published by SAIIA's Economic Diplomacy Programme
The Australian Institute of International Affairs has just released a special magazine, G20: Words into Action Brisbane 2014, which contains a series of important articles on the upcoming Group of 20 (G-20) Summit to be held in Brisbane in November 2014.Click here to view the publication in ePub format.SAIIA has contributed an article to this magazine, exploring out South Africa's role within the G-20.Click here to read the article, 'South Africa and the G-20'.
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 193, June 2014 Download - English (1.14 MB) Published by SAIIA's Economic Diplomacy Programme
New research on the trade policies of each of the BRICS countries, using the World Trade Organization (WTO) as a frame of reference, is now available for the first time in English.
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