The Council for Global Problem-Solving (CGP) is a circle of world-class think tanks and research institutions committed to providing long-term policy advice to the G20 and associated international organizations.
Think 20 Dialogue
Germany has assumed the G20 Presidency on December 1, 2016. The German government has mandated the Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW) and the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) with organizing the T20 process during its presidency until November 30, 2017. T20 Task Forces have been established to prepare Policy Briefs for the ongoing dialogue with G20 decision makers and other relevant stakeholders.
Learn more about the G20 Insight Platform and the German T20 process online at T20germany.org. The Think 20 Summit 2017 – GLOBAL SOLUTIONS took place in Berlin on May 29-30 2017. Please find more information at global-solutions.international.
Reducing the Possibility and Destructiveness of Debt Crises
Yuyan Zhang recommends that G20 countries should strengthen financial regulation and policy coordination, improve the global financial safety net, and lower the possibility of the eruption of a debt crisis by reducing its global spill-over effects and negative impacts.
Implementing Negative Interest Rates
Leon Berkelmans discusses how deep negative interest rates can be implemented by eliminating the zero lower bound.
The International Think 20 Group presented “20 Solution Proposals for the G20” to German Chancellery Minister Peter Altmaier. Unveiled at...