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Women Shaping Global Economic Governance

  • Women Shaping Global Economic Governance

    The book

    This volume brings together insights from 28 women policymakers and thought leaders on how to better shape our economies given current digital, environmental and social revolutions. It attests to the growing role of women in key leadership positions across government, academia, business, the media and international organisations who propose solutions to economic and financial issues that matter for all.

    The 28 contributors to Women Shaping Global Economic Governance come from more than 20 different countries and include:

    Leila Baghdadi, Monica Bhatia, Drusilla Brown, Sharan Burrow, Cláudia Costin, Anabel González, Arancha González, Stephany Griffith-Jones, Marion Jansen, Soumaya Keynes, Brigid Laffan, Christine Lagarde, Cecilia Malmström, Gabrielle Marceau, Kathy Matsui, Angela Merkel, Linah Mohohlo, Mia Amor Mottley, Elvira Nabiullina, Ana Novik, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nuria Oliver, Erica Owen, Sara Pantuliano, Teresa Ribera, Vera Songwe, Beatrice Weder di Mauro, Yuejiao Zhang

    The launch

    Women Shaping Global Economic Governance will be presented on 4 July 2019 at 10:45

    The event will be LIVESTREAMED on Facebook, starting at 10:45

    Ann Linde, Minister for Foreign Trade and Minister for Nordic Cooperation, will set the scene with opening remarks while Dr. Isatou Touray, Vice-President, Republic of The Gambia will deliver keynote remarks.

    María Teresa Quintero Godínez, lawyer and member of the legal advice team of TradeTankMX, an independent Mexican think tank, will speak from the perspective of the younger generation.

    ITC Executive Director Arancha González will moderate a discussion with the following contributing authors:

    • Anabel González, Non-resident Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics; Former Minister of Trade of Costa Rica
    • Nuria Oliver, Fellow at the Spanish Royal Academy of Engineering
    • Gabrielle Marceau, Associate Professor, University of Geneva and Visiting Professor at a range of universities; Senior Counsellor, World Trade Organization
    • Leila Baghdadi, Associate Professor of Economics and World Trade Organization Chair, Tunis Business School

     A limited number of copies of the new volume will be available at the event.