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The Shanghai Cooperation Organization: the biggest international organization you’ve never heard of

Rick Rowden

The West has paid little attention to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. This is set to change as it becomes increasingly influential in global geopolitics Think of international organizations and groups like the UN, World Bank and the IMF might come to mind. The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) likely doesn’t make most people’s lists. The SCO is probably the biggest international … Continue reading

4 September 2017 by
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Tax spillover, development and global governance

Andrew Baker

Our new tax spillover framework is intended to increase scrutiny of countries’ tax regimes and discourage ‘race to the bottom’ behaviours There is growing interest among a range of development non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in something called ‘tax spillover’ analysis.  In the last two months, co-author Richard Murphy and I, have engaged in discussions with Oxfam, Action Aid and Christian Aid, … Continue reading

5 June 2017 by
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The Coming Crisis: why global governance doesn’t really work

Tony Payne

Serious problems undermine the current regime and create a significant ‘global governance deficit’ Nobody can say that the major institutions of global governance haven’t noticed the possibility that a further global economic crisis might be brewing. The World Bank warned in January this year that a ‘perfect storm’ could be building in the global political economy. It was worried by … Continue reading

15 June 2016 by
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Tim Sinclair joins SPERI as a Visiting Fellow

We’re happy to announce that Professor Tim Sinclair has joined the SPERI team as a Visiting Fellow until May 2014. Tim is an Associate Professor of International Political Economy at the University of Warwick. He is also a visiting faculty member at Kyung Hee University in Suwon, Korea (near Seoul). His research focuses on puzzles in the politics of global finance, … Continue reading

7 November 2013 by
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