Professor Erik Berglof and Dr Angelo Martelli together with the PPE students will host a simulation event on how G20 international negotiations work. Everyone attending will be able to participate.
Using G20 Eminent Persons Group report on Global Financial Governance – Making the Global Financial Systems Work for All – the simulation will see PPE students working in teams to represent the interests of particular nations and international organisations involved in global financial governance. The event will work as a role-play exercise to simulate a forthcoming meeting of G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors in Japan to decide the priorities among the proposals put forward by the Eminent Persons Group, making this a hands-on learning experience. Presentations from Professor Andrés Velasco and Professor Nicholas Stern, both members of this Eminent Persons Group, will also be used as part of the simulation.
At the end of the event, we’ll be serving drinks and pizza (it is Friday after all!).
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