Filling The Gaps in International Governance October 28â€“30, 2011
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CIGi â€™11: An unfinished house: Filling the gaps in International Governance Program
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Letter from the Executive Director Each autumn, The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) hosts its premier annual event gathering leading experts and policy makers from around the world to explore central international governance issues and challenges. This year’s conference is arranged to be the initial stage in a project to analyze the gaps in the existing spectrum of international organizations and arrangements, and ultimately, to propose means by which these can be addressed. I would like to welcome you to “CIGI’11 — An Unfinished House: Filling the Gaps in International Governance.” The conference will address questions of interest to the French and Mexican summit hosts around G20 agenda issues and simultaneously focus on governance challenges under CIGI’s four thematic areas of concentration — Global Economy, Energy and Environment, Global Development and Global Security. We have been building a G20 network of former and serving officials from foreign ministries, central banks and finance departments, and international organizations, with researchers at prestigious think tanks and universities from around the world. The defining objective of the network of individuals, working in independent institutions, is cooperative development of innovative proposals for global governance. I am confident that the conference will help develop early-harvest recommendations for Mexico when it assumes the presidency, so that it can best build on work already done by previous G20 hosts. It is my pleasure to welcome you to CIGI and to thank you for your participation in our annual conference. I am looking forward to the debates and ideas stemming from this important meeting. Sincerely,
Thomas A. Bernes Executive Director
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Agenda Unless otherwise noted, all sessions will take place at CIGI, 57 Erb Street West, Waterloo, ON.
Friday, October 28, 2011 Atrium 17:30 Registration and Reception Seagram Room 18:00 Dinner CIGI Auditorium 19:30 An Unfinished House — Governance Blueprints from Global Leaders Public panel with Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León, Former President of Mexico; Director, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization and Paul Martin, Former Prime Minister of Canada. Moderator: Chrystia Freeland, Editor, Thomson Reuters Digital
Saturday, October 29, 2011 Atrium 9:00 Conference Opening Introduction: Paul Martin, Former Prime Minister of Canada Charge: Lourdes Aranda, Deputy Foreign Minister, G20 Sherpa, Mexico 9:20 Global Economy Chair: Thomas A. Bernes, Executive Director, CIGI Panel: 1. Amar Bhattacharya, Director, G24 Secretariat 2. Paola Subacchi, Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House 3. Mark Thirlwell, Director, International Economy Program, Lowy Institute for International Policy 4. Jacques Mistral, Director of Economic Studies, Institut Français des Relations Internationales
5. Oussama Himani, Independent Consultant 6. Changyong Rhee, Chief Economist, Economics and Research Department, Asian Development Bank 10:50 Break 11:00 Energy and Environment Chair: Barry Carin, Senior Fellow, CIGI Panel: 1. Colin Bradford, Senior Fellow, CIGI; Nonresident Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution 2. Ged Davis, Co-president of the Global Energy Assessment 3. Adil Najam, Vice Chancellor, Lahore Univeristy of Management and Sciences 4. Ann Florini, Visiting Professor, Singapore Management University and Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution 5. Diana Tussie, Director, The Latin American School of Social Science; International Board of Governors, CIGI 6. David Runnalls, Distinguished Fellow, CIGI and Acting Director, Environment and Energy Seagram Room 12:30 Lunch and Keynote Address Edward A. Parson, Joseph L. Sax Collegiate Professor of Law and Professor of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan Atrium 14:00 Development/Food Security Chair: Maureen Oâ€™Neil, Operating Board of Directors and IBG, CIGI; President and CEO, Canadian Health Services Research Foundation Panel: 1. Jennifer Clapp, CIGI Chair; Professor, Environment and Resource Studies, University of Waterloo 2. Gerardo della Paolera, President, Global Development Network 3. Francisco Sagasti, Senior Researcher, FORO Nacional Inernacional 4. Keith Bezanson, Private Consultant
5. William Burke-White, Deputy Dean and Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School 6. Lawrence MacDonald, Vice President Communications and Policy Outreach Center for Global Development 7. Lourdes Aranda, Deputy Foreign Minister, G20 Sherpa, Mexico 15:30 Break 15:45 Global Security Chair: Paul Heinbecker, Distinguished Fellow, CIGI Panel: 1. Bruce Jones, Director, NYU Center for International Cooperation 2. Thorsten Benner, Co-Founder and Associate Director, Global Public Policy Insititute 3. Paul Meyer, Fellow in International Security, Centre for Dialogue; Senior Fellow, Simons Foundation, Simon Fraser University 4. Trevor Findlay, Senior Fellow, CIGI 5. Jongryn Mo, Professor of International Political Economy, Yonsei University 6. David Shorr, Program Officer, The Stanley Foundation 17:15 Shuttle Departs from CIGI to Langdon Hall Langdon Hall, CaMBRIDGE, Ontario Carolinian Room 19:00 Cocktail Reception, Orchard Room 19:30 Dinner and Keynote Address Mark Malloch-Brown, Chairman of Europe, Middle East and Africa, FTI Consulting
Sunday, October 30, 2011 Atrium 9:00 Other Issues And Trans Sector Coordination Chair: David B. Dewitt, Vice President of Programs, CIGI
Panel: 1. Sue Horton, CIGI Chair; Professor, University of Waterloo 2. Kathleen Newland, Director of Migrants, Migration, and Development and Refugee Protection Programs, and Member of the Board of Trustees, Migration Policy Institute 3. Margaret Catley-Carlson, WEF Water Security Agenda Council: UN Secgen Advisory Board on Water 4. Debra Steger, Senior Fellow, CIGI; Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, 5. Shinichi Kitajima, Senior Associate Fellow of the Japan Institute of International Affairs 10:30 Break 10:45 2012: Where Do We Go From Here Chair: AndrĂŠs Rozental, Operating Board of Directors and International Board of Governors, CIGI; Eminent Ambassador of Mexico Panel: 1. Stewart Patrick, Senior Fellow and Director, Council on Foreign Relations 2. Gordon Smith, Distinguished Fellow, CIGI 3. Simon Maxwell, Senior Research Associate, Overseas Development Institute 4. Rohinton Medhora, International Board of Governors, CIGI; Vice President, Programs, IDRC 5. Changyong Rhee, Chief Economist, Economics and Research Department, Asian Development Bank 6. Mark Malloch-Brown, Chairman of Europe, Middle East and Africa, FTI Consulting 12:45 Conclusion Paul Martin, Former Prime Minister of Canada Seagram Room 13:00 Lunch
Participant Biographies Lourdes Aranda, Deputy Foreign Minister; G20 Sherpa, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mexico Lourdes Aranda was appointed vice minister for foreign affairs in December 2003. She has been a career diplomat since 1984 and has served in several positions at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including deputy representative at the Mexican Permanent Mission to the Organization of American States in Washington and director general for global affairs. Undersecretary Aranda also holds the presidency of the Mexican Diplomatic Academy. She received her bachelor’s degree in international relations from El Colegio de México and undertook graduate studies in history and foreign policy at the Institut Universitaire des Hautes Études Internationales of Genenva. Thorsten Benner, Co-founder and Associate Director, Global Public Policy Institute Thorsten Benner is co-founder and associate director of the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin. His areas of expertise include international organizations (focusing on the United Nations), global security governance, global energy and the public-private interface in global governance, as well as Europe’s global role and EU relations with the US and rising powers. His latest publication is The New World of UN Peace Operations: Learning to Build Peace? (2011). Thomas A. Bernes, Executive Director, CIGI Prior to joining CIGI in 2009, Thomas A. Bernes was director of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Independent Evaluation Office. Before that, he was executive secretary of the joint IMF-World Bank Development Committee and deputy corporate secretary of the World Bank. From 1996 to September 2001, Mr. Bernes was the IMF executive director for Canada, Ireland and the Caribbean. He has been Canda’s assistant deputy minister of finance and G7 finance deputy, in addition to holding various senior finance, foreign affairs and trade policy positions within the Canadian government. In the mid-1980s, Mr. Bernes served as head of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) General Trade Policy Division. Keith Bezanson, Private Consultant Keith Bezanson holds degrees from Carleton University (B.A.) and Stanford University (Ph.D.), as well as the degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) from the University of Sussex. His career has involved over 35 consecutive years of scholarship and leadership in international development. He has taught, researched and published on a wide range of development subjects, including African education, sustainable development, science and technology, poverty 8
reduction, development effectiveness, the multilateral development system, the financing of development, institutional transformation, the East Asian financial crisis, the provision and financing of international public goods and the role of agriculture in development. In addition, he has held a number of senior leadership positions in international organizations, including the first non-British director of the United Kingdom’s Institute of Development Studies, president and CEO of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), ambassador of Canada to Peru and Bolivia, vice president of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and vice-president of the InterAmerican Development Bank. Amar Bhattacharya, Director, G24 Amar Bhattacharya is director of the Secretariat of the Intergovernmental Group of Twenty-Four (G24) on International Monetary Affairs and Development, a representative grouping of developing country finance ministers and central bank governors. The G24 Secretariat serves the G24 finance ministers and their officials in the deliberations and work program of the group, including on the agenda and governance of the Bretton Woods institutions and the interface with the G20. Prior to taking up his current position, Mr. Bhattacharya had a long-standing career in the World Bank. In his last position, he was adviser to the president and senior management on the bank’s engagement with key international groupings and institutions, including the IMF, G7, G20, OECD and Financial Stability Forum. Mr. Bhattacharya has consequently had a long-standing engagement on issues of global governance and reform of the international financial as well as aid architecture. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Delhi and Brandeis University and his graduate education at Princeton University. Carol Bonnett, Managing Editor, Publications, CIGI Carol Bonnett is managing editor, publications at CIGI. Ms. Bonnett has responsibility for the overall quality of CIGI’s official publications, overseeing the development, editing, design and production of CIGI’s published outputs. Prior to joining CIGI in 2010, Ms. Bonnett held senior positions in professional and trade publishing houses. She was the editorial director and vice president of business development of ISI Publications, an international publisher specializing in global capital markets and securities regulations, corporate governance and anti-money laundering developments in its Bermuda office, and was previously the director of contracts and subsidiary rights and editor-at-large at HaperColllins Canada.
Colin Bradford, Senior Fellow, CIGI Colin Bradford is a CIGI senior fellow and a nonresident senior fellow at The Brookings Institution. He is project leader of the Brookings-CIGI Global Governance Reform project, and the joint CIGI-Brookings National Perspectives on Global Leadership project. His current research focuses on the G20 agenda and process. He has also served as chief economist at the United States Agency for International Development and head of research at the Development Centre of the OECD in Paris. Daniel Bradlow, Professor, International Development Law Unit, University of Pretoria Daniel Bradlow is the SARCHI Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations at the University of Pretoria and professor of law at American University Washington College of Law. He is also chair of the Independent Review Mechanism for the African Development Bank; member, Board of Directors, New Rules for Global Finance; member, Executive Council, American Society of International Law; and member, High Level Panel on Governance of the Financial Stability Board (FSB). His scholarship focuses on global financial governance and legal aspects of sustainable development. Recent publications include: International Financial Institutions and International Law (co-edited with David Hunter, 2009) and “The Reform of the Governance of the IFIs: A Critical Assessment” in Law, Justice and Development (forthcoming). William Burke-White, Deputy Dean and Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School William Burke-White is deputy dean and professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. From 2009 to 2011 he served on Secretary of State Clinton’s Policy Planning Staff, providing the Secretary direct policy advice on multilateral affairs, international institutions and global governance. He was principal drafter of the Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review, Secretary Clinton’s hallmark effort to reform the Department of State. Mr. BurkeWhite has written extensively in the fields of international law and institutions; his current research explores the gaps in the global governance system and the challenges of international legal regulation in a world of rising powers and divergent state interests. He holds a J.D. and B.A. magna cum laude from Harvard University and a Ph.D. and M.Phil. in international relations from Cambridge University, where he was a Fulbright Scholar. Barry Carin, Senior Fellow, CIGI Barry began working with CIGI in 2003, joining as a senior fellow in 2009. He held several assistant deputy minister posts in the federal government. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Victoria, where he served as the director 10
for the Globalization and Governance program and associate director of the Centre for Global Studies. He was also an editor of the journal Global Governance between 2006 and 2009. He has a Ph.D. in economics from Brown University. Margaret Catley-Carlson, WEF Water Security Agenda Council: UN Secgen Advisory Board on Water Margaret Catley-Carlson operates at the board level in support of improved water resource management and the twin issues of agricultural productivity and rural development. She is chair of the Foresight Advisory Committee for Group Suez Environment, the Crop Diversity Trust; member of the UN Secretary General’s Advisory Board on Water, the IFDC (Fertilizer Council), the World Food Prize and Syngenta Foundation boards, the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Water, the Rosenberg Forum and the Canadian Water Network; president of CIDA (1983–1989); deputy executive director of UNICEF in New York (1981–1983); president, Population Council in New York (1993–1998); and deputy minister, Department of Health and Welfare (1989–1992). She holds 11 honorary degrees, and is an Officer of the Order of Canada. Jennifer Clapp, CIGI Chair in Global Environmental Governance; Professor, University of Waterloo Jennifer Clapp is a CIGI chair in Global Environmental Governance and professor in the Balsillie School of International Affairs and the Environment and Resource Studies Department at the University of Waterloo. Her current research covers the themes of global food and agriculture governance, the political economy of food aid, agricultural trade politics, and the global responses to food price volatility. Her most recent books include Hunger in the Balance: The New Politics of International Food Aid (2012), Food (2011), The Global Food Crisis: Governance Challenges and Opportunities (co-edited with Marc J. Cohen, 2009) and Corporate Power in Global Agrifood Governance (co-edited with Doris Fuchs, 2009). Ged Davis, Co-President, Global Energy Assessment Ged Davis is co-president of the Global Energy Assessment, adviser to a number of international institutions and companies, and has wide experience of global business, energy and environment matters. He was, until March 2007, managing director of the World Economic Forum, responsible for global research, scenario projects and the design of the annual forum meeting at Davos, Switzerland. Before joining the forum, Mr. Davis spent 30 years with Royal Dutch Shell, which he joined in 1972. He was the vice president of Global Business Environment for Shell International in London, and head of Shell’s scenario planning team. Mr. Davis is a member of a number of boards, holds a degree in mining engineering from Imperial College, London, and postgraduate degrees in economics and engineering from the London School of Economics and Stanford University. Participant Biographies
Gerardo della Paolera, President, Global Development Network Gerardo della Paolera is the president of the Global Development Network. He is well known for his outstanding past work as the founding president and rector of Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Argentina, and, thereafter, as the president of The American University of Paris (AUP), in Paris, France. Mr. della Paolera is presently president emeritus and professor of economics at AUP, a visiting professor at the Central European University in Budapest and also a visiting fellow at the Paris School of Economics. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago and is also a world-renowned expert on Latin-American economic history. He was a visiting professor at Doshisha University in Japan (2002) and the London School of Economics and Political Science (2002); served as a visiting scholar at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University (1998 and 1999), Northwestern University (1997) and the IMF (1997); and he was the Marcos Garfunkel Fellow and senior associate member in St. Anthony’s College at Oxford University (1992). Mr. della Paolera is the winner of the Arthur Cole Prize for the best article published in the Journal of Economic History in 2000 for “Economic Recovery from the Argentine Great Depression: Institutions, Expectations, and the Change of the Macroeconomic Regime.” David B. Dewitt, Vice President of Programs, CIGI David B. Dewitt joined CIGI as vice president of programs in July 2011, and oversees the strategy and implementation of all the organization’s work programs and research-related activities. Previously, he was associate vice president of research, social sciences and humanities, and professor of political science at York University in Toronto. Mr. Dewitt earned a B.A. at the University of British Columbia and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Stanford University, and served as director of York University’s Centre for International and Security Studies from 1988 to 2006. He is author or contributing editor of 11 books, as well as author of over 50 articles and chapters in addition to commissioned papers on Canadian foreign, security, and defence policy, international and regional security and conflict management in Asia Pacific and the Middle East, arms control and proliferation, and human security. In the early 1990s he co-directed the North Pacific Cooperative Security Dialogue, a Foreign Affairs-sponsored Track Two Diplomacy initiative, and has been involved in various track two initiatives on security in the Asia Pacific and in the Middle East.
Trevor Findlay, Senior Fellow, CIGI; Visiting Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School of Government Trevor Findlay holds the William and Jeanie Barton Chair in International Affairs at the Norman Paterson School at Carleton University in Ottawa. He is currently a visiting fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School as well as a CIGI senior fellow. Since joining CIGI in 2006, Mr. Findlay has led various projects on nuclear governance. Through his work as a diplomat and a delegate to United Nations bodies and his involvement with non-governmental organizations in the field, he has an extensive background in the field of disarmament, arms control and non-proliferation. Ann Florini, Visiting Professor, Singapore Management University Ann Florini is visiting professor at the School of Social Science, Singapore Management University, and a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution. Among her recent publications is a special issue of Global Policy on global energy governance, for which she served as co-guest editor. She is also co-author of the forthcoming book China Experiments: From Local Innovations to National Reform. Her current research focuses primarily on the global governance roles of the private sector. Chrystia Freeland, Editor, Thomson Reuters Digital Chrystia Freeland was appointed editor of Thomson Reuters Digital in April 2011. In this role, she has editorial control of the company’s consumer online, mobile and digital properties including Reuters.com and its global suite of websites, as well as the flagship NewsPro mobile news applications. In 2010, Ms. Freeland joined the company as Reuters global editor-at-large. Previously, she served as the US managing editor of the Financial Times where she led the editorial development of the paper’s US edition and of US news on FT.com. From 1999 to 2001, Ms. Freeland served as deputy editor of The Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper. She sits on the advisory board of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and is a board member of the Women’s Commission and the Overseas Press Club of America. She has been honoured as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. Ms. Freeland earned a bachelor’s in history and literature from Harvard University, and attended St. Antony’s College at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.
Paul Heinbecker, Distinguished Fellow, CIGI Paul Heinbecker is a distinguished fellow at CIGI and the inaugural director of the Centre for Global Relations at Wilfrid Laurier University. He is former ambassador and permanent representative of Canada to the United Nations. A career diplomat, Mr. Heinbecker served abroad initially at the Canadian embassies in Turkey and Sweden, and on the Canadian delegation to the OECD. In Ottawa, he served as director of the US General Relations Division and as chair of the Policy Development Secretariat in External Affairs. He comments extensively on international relations for media in Canada and abroad. Oussama himani, Independent Consultant Oussama Himani is an independent adviser based in London working for several institutions, including the Capital Markets Authority in Saudi Arabia. He also serves on the board of CSC Bank in Lebanon. He previously served as managing director, head of Emerging Markets Strategy at UBS Investment Bank, head of Emerging Markets Research at UBS Wealth Management, and senior adviser to the executive director at the IMF. Mr. Himani earned his Ph.D. in economics from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Sue Horton, CIGI Chair; Professor, University of Waterloo Sue Horton is the CIGI Chair in Global Health Economics. She received her B.A. from Cambridge, and her masterâ€™s and Ph.D. from Harvard, and specializes in health, nutrition and labour market issues in developing countries. She has worked in over 20 developing countries, and has consulted for organizations including the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, several UN agencies, and the IDRC. Ms. Horton has edited or co-edited four books, and is the author or co-author of more than 50 refereed journal articles and book chapters, as well as 30 technical publications. She is currently working on a book on the economics of public health, as well as articles and chapters on economics of nutrition. She has given over 80 invited presentations and conference papers in four continents. Ms. Horton speaks French, German and Spanish as well as English. She is also associate provost of graduate studies at the University of Waterloo. She has previously served as associate dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science, chair of the Department of Social Science and interim dean at the University of Toronto at Scarborough, as well as vice president academic at Wilfrid Laurier University.
Bruce Jones, Director, NYU Center on International Cooperation Bruce Jones is director of the Center on International Cooperation at New York University. He is also director of the Managing Global Order project and a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution. Mr. Jones’ research focuses on US policy on global order; the global order policies of the emerging powers; global governance and multilateral reform, including such issues as G8/G20 and UN Security Council reform; and international conflict management, peacekeeping and post-conflict operations. Shinichi Kitajima, Senior Adjunct Fellow, The Japan Institute of International Affairs Shinichi Kitajima is senior adjunct fellow of the Japan Institute of International Affairs and adviser at Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co., Ltd. He was born in Tokyo, Japan (1946) and graduated from Keio University (1971) and University College, Oxford University (1974). He joined the Japanese Foreign Ministry in 1971 and served there until spring 2011. His most recent posts include Japanese ambassador to the International Organizations in Geneva (2008–2011), when he served as chair of the General Council of the International Organization for Migration (2009–2010), ambassador to the OECD (2005–2008), deputy vice minister for foreign affairs (administration) (2002–2005), and director general of economic affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2001-2002). He has also served abroad in London, Singapore, Washington, DC and Boston. Fred Kuntz, Vice President of Public Affairs, CIGI As vice president of public affairs, Fred Kuntz is responsible for CIGI’s publications, communications, digital media and public events. Mr. Kuntz joined CIGI in 2010 following a 30-year career in media, including as editor-in-chief of The Toronto Star, associate editor of The Globe and Mail, and publisher of the Waterloo Region Record. He has a B.A. in journalism from Ryerson University and an honorary Doctorate of Letters from Wilfrid Laurier University. He completed the Directors Education Program of the Rotman School of Management and the Canadian Securities Course with honours, and sits on the Trillium Health Centre board of directors.
Lawrence MacDonald, Vice President Communications and Policy Outreach, Center for Global Development Lawrence MacDonald works to increase the impact of the Center for Global Development’s (CDG) research and analysis by leading a comprehensive policy communications program that includes interaction with policy makers, public events, publications, media relations, online engagement and nongovernmental organization outreach. Before joining the CDG in 2004 he was a senior communications officer in the World Bank’s research complex, where he provided strategic communications advice to the chief economist. Prior to that he worked in Asia for 15 years as a reporter and editor for The Asian Wall Street Journal, Agence France Presse, and Asiaweek Magazine. Mark Malloch-Brown, Chairman, Europe, Middle East and Africa and Global Affairs, FTI Consulting, Inc. As chairman of Europe, Middle East and Africa for FTI Consulting, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown has responsibility for all aspects of the firm’s business in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. He also serves as chairman of the firm’s Global Affairs practice, a specialty team that draws on a wide range of skills at FTI Consulting to help clients face challenging international issues as they pursue growth in new markets. Lord Malloch-Brown served as a minister in Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s cabinet, where he had particular responsibility for strengthening relationships with Africa and Asia and the international system. The prime minster appointed him as his envoy for preparation of the London G20 Summit. In addition, Lord Malloch-Brown has served as deputy secretary general and chief of staff of the United Nations under Kofi Annan and, for six years prior, as administrator of the UN Development Programme, where he led UN development efforts around the world. Before that he was a vice president at the World Bank. He is well versed in global markets, economics and investing. After an earlier career in consulting when he advised political and business leaders around the world, he was vice chairman of George Soros’ fund and foundation until he entered the British government. He has also served as vice chairman of the World Economic Forum. Throughout his career, he has had frequent interactions at the highest levels of government and business. From his early years as a journalist for The Economist, Lord Malloch-Brown has been afforded a unique and nuanced perspective on a wide array of global economic, political and social issues. He is chair of the Royal Africa Society and on a number of non-profit and advisory boards, including the International Crisis Group, the Open Society Foundation and Save the Children International. He is a member of the House of Lords and was knighted in 2007.
Paul Martin, Former Prime Minister of Canada The Right Honourable Paul Martin was the twenty-first prime minister of Canada from 2003 to 2006, minister of finance from 1993 to 2002 and the Member of Parliament for LaSalle-Émard in Montreal, Quebec from 1988 to 2008. As minister of finance he erased Canada’s record deficit that had been built up over 25 years and virtually paid off Canada’s foreign debt — the highest of the G7 at that time. In September 1999, having initiated the concept, Mr. Martin was named the inaugural chair of the Finance Ministers’ G20, an international group of finance ministers and central bank governors composed of the G7 and emerging market nations. As prime minister he pushed strongly for its elevation to the leaders’ level, which subsequently occurred in 2008. Currently, Mr. Martin is the co-chair of a CAD$200 million dollar British-Norwegian poverty and sustainable development fund for the 10-nation Congo Basin Rainforest. He also sits on the advisory council of the Coalition for Dialogue on Africa. He is also a member of the IMF’s Western Hemisphere Regional Advisory Group. Simon Maxwell, Senior Research Associate, Overseas Development Institute Simon Maxwell is a senior research associate of the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), the UK’s leading independent think tank on international development. He was director of the ODI from 1997 to 2009. He is executive chair of the Climate and Development Knowledge Nework, and leads a project on European development cooperation. Further information is available at: www.simonmaxwell.eu. Rohinton Medhora, Vice President of Programs, International Development Research Centre Rohinton Medhora received his doctorate in economics in 1988 from the University of Toronto, where he also subsequently taught for a number of years. He lead the Micro Impacts of Macroeconomic and Adjustment Policies and Trade, Employment and Competitiveness initiatives at IDRC, and prior to his appointment as vice president, was director of social and economic policy programs. His fields of expertise are monetary and trade policy, aid effectiveness and international economic relations. He has published extensively on these issues, including: Financial Reform in Developing Countries (co-edited with José Fanelli, 1998); Finance and Competitiveness in Developing Countries (2001); “Innovating in Development” in Fen Osler Hampson and Paul Heinbecker (eds.), Canada Among Nations 2010; “The Uneven Build Up of Global Reserves: Ways Forward,” in World Economics, October–December 2007. His blog, Development Research Works, may be found at http://blog.idrc.ca/medhora/.
Paul Meyer, Fellow in International Security, Simon Fraser University Paul Meyer is adjunct professor of international studies and fellow in international security at Simon Fraser University. He retired in 2010 from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) after a 35-year diplomatic career including serving as Canada’s ambassador to the UN and the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva (2003–2007). Jacques Mistral, Director of Economic Studies, Institut Français des Relations Internationales Jacques Mistral is a professor of economics, head of economic studies at the Institut Français des Relations Internationales and was member of the Conseil d’Analyse Economique (prime minister’s office, Paris) until 2010. Previously, he served as minister, financial counselor to the Embassy of France in the United States. Mr. Mistral’s experience extended from academia (Paris Institute of Political Studies, Harvard Kennedy School of Government in Massachusetts) to government (as the economic adviser to two prime ministers) as well as to the private sector (executive vice president within the AXA group). He received his education at France’s École Polytechnique, and holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Paris I. Jongryn Mo, Research Fellow, Hoover Institution; Professor, Yonsei University Jongryn Mo is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. He is also a professor of international political economy at the Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University. Before taking that position at Yonsei, he was an assistant professor of government at the University of Texas at Austin. Mr. Mo holds a B.A. in economics from Cornell University, an M.S. in social sciences from the California Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in business from Stanford University. Adil Najam, Vice Chancellor, Lahore University of Management Sciences Adil Najam is the vice chancellor (equivalent of president) of Lahore University of Management Sciences in Lahore, Pakistan. He was the Frederick S. Pardee Professor of Global Public Policy and the director of the Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University (2007–2011), and before that a professor of international negotiation and diplomacy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. Mr. Najam was a co-author for the Third and Fourth Assessments of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. In 2008 he was appointed to the UN Committee on Development. In 2010 he was awarded the Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Star of Excellence), one of Pakistan’s 18
highest civil awards by the president of Pakistan. He also serves on the advisory board for the 2011 Human Development Report of the UNDP. Mr. Najam is a past winner of MIT’s Goodwin Medal for Effective Teaching, the Fletcher School Paddock Teaching Award, and the Stein Rokan Award of the International Political Science Association. He was the founding editor of the blog Pakistaniat. com (voted the Best Current Affairs Blog in Pakistan (2010) and winner of the 2010 Brass Crescent Award for Best Muslim Blog from South Asia). Kathleen Newland, Director, Migration Policy Institute Kathleen Newland is co-founder of the Migration Policy Institute in Washington, DC, where she directs the institute’s programs on migration and development and refugee protection. Her recent work includes writings on the governance of international migration and on the impact of climate change on international migration. Maureen O’Neil, President, Canadian Health Services Research Foundation Maureen O’Neil is president of the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation. Previous positions include president of IDRC, interim president of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, president of the North-South Institute, and deputy minister of Citizenship for the Government of Ontario. Ms. O’Neil is chair of the Board of Trustees of the International Institute for Environment and Development, chair of the Board of World University Service of Canada, chair of the International Advisory Group, Think Tank Initiative (IDRC Hewlett Gates & DFID Foundation), chair of the Advisory Council on Corporate Social Responsibility of Canada’s Export Development Corporation a member of the board of e-Health Ontario, and a member of the Operating Board of Directors for CIGI. She has chaired the Board of Governors of Carleton University and has also represented Canada on the UN Commission on the Status of Women and on OECD committees, and has been a member of the UN Committee for Development Planning and the Board of the UN Research Institute for Social Development. In June 2011, Ms. O’Neil was named an Officer of the Order of Canada for public service, recognizing her contributions to international development, gender equality and human rights. Ms. O’Neil has a B.A. in sociology from Carleton University and Honorary L.L.Ds. from Wilfrid Laurier University, Carleton University and the University of Ottawa.
Edward A. Parson, Joseph L. Sax Collegiate Professor of Law and Professor of Natural Resources & Environment, University of Michigan Edward A. Parson is Joseph L. Sax Collegiate professor of Law and professor of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan. His research examines international environmental law and policy, the role of science and technology in public policy, and the political economy of regulation. Mr. Parson’s articles have appeared in Nature, Science, Climatic Change, Issues in Science and Technology, the Journal of Economic Literature, and the Annual Review of Energy and the Environment. His most recent books are The Science and Politics of Global Climate Change (with Andrew Dessler, 2010), and Protecting the Ozone Layer: Science and Strategy (2003), which won the 2004 Harold and Margaret Sprout Award of the International Studies Association. Stewart Patrick, Senior Fellow and Director of the International Institutions and Global Governance Program, Council on Foreign Relations Stewart Patrick is senior fellow and director of the program on international institutions and global governance at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). His areas of expertise include multilateral cooperation in the management of global issues; US policy toward international institutions, including the United Nations; and the challenges posed by fragile, failing and post-conflict states. Mr. Patrick is the author, co-author or editor of five books, including Weak Links: Fragile States, Global Threats, and International Security (2011), and The Best Laid Plans: The Origins of American Multilateralism and the Dawn of the Cold War (2009), as well as numerous articles and chapters on the subjects of multilateral cooperation, state-building and US foreign policy. He is also the executive producer of CFR’s Global Governance Monitor (www.cfr.org/ggmonitor), an award-winning, web-based, multimedia initiative that maps and evaluates multilateral efforts to address global challenges. In addition, he writes the blog The Internationalist. Changyong Rhee, Chief Economist, Asian Development Bank Changyong Rhee is the chief economist of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). He is the chief spokesperson for ADB on economic and development trends, and oversees the Economics and Research Department. Rhee was the secretarygeneral of the G20 summit’s Presidential Committee in South Korea. He has more than 20 years of experience as an economist, financial adviser and academic, and has served in various leadership positions in South Korean financial and economic institutions, as well as an international consultant for ADB.
Andrés Rozental, Operating Board of Directors and International Board of Governors, CIGI; Eminent Ambassador of Mexico Andrés Rozental was Mexico’s ambassador to the United Kingdom from 1995 to 1997. He was a career diplomat for more than 35 years, having served his country as deputy foreign minister (1988–1994), ambassador to Sweden (1983–1988), permanent representative of Mexico to the United Nations in Geneva (1982– 1983), as well as in various responsibilities within the Mexican Foreign Ministry and abroad. Since 1994, he has held the lifetime rank of eminent ambassador of Mexico. David Runnalls, Distinguished Fellow and Acting Director, Energy and Environment, CIGI David Runnalls is a distinguished fellow and acting director of the Environment and Energy Program at CIGI. He also provides strategic advice and support for CIGI Chair Jim Balsillie’s role at the United Nations High-level Panel on Global Sustainability. He remains a distinguished fellow at the International Institute for Sustainable Development and a senior fellow at Sustainable Prosperity. Mr. Runnalls is chair of the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development. Francisco Sagasti, Senior Researcher, FORO Nacional Internacional Francisco Sagasti is former chairman of the board of the Science and Technology Program at the prime minister’s office in Peru, senior researcher and former director of FORO Nacional Internacional, former member of the IDRC’s Board of Governors, and advises several international and Peruvian organizations. He has been chief of strategic planning at the World Bank, chairman of the United Nations Advisory Committee on Science and Technology, and visiting professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has published many books and academic papers, and has produced a television series on development issues.
Serdar Sayan, Director, Graduate School of Social Sciences, TOBB University of Economics and Technology Serdar Sayan graduated from the Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey in 1985. He received both his master’s (1988) and Ph.D. (1992) degrees from the Ohio State University. Prior to joining TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Ankara in 2006, where he currently teaches and serves as the dean of the Graduate School of Social Sciences, he taught at Bilkent University, also in Ankara. He went back to Ohio State as a visiting professor in 2003-2004, and was a visiting scholar at the IMF in winter 2005. Currently, he also holds positions as the director of the Entrepreneurship Institute at the Economic Research Policy Research Foundation of Turkey, and the president of the Middle East Economic Association, a US-based professional society. David Shorr, Program Officer, The Stanley Foundation David Shorr has been a program officer at the Stanley Foundation since 2000, designing and implementing programs mainly in the Foundation’s tradition of round table dialogue on leading-edge international issues. The results of two recent projects have been published as co-edited volumes. In Powers and Principles: International Leadership in a Shrinking World (2009), experts identify steps pivotal powers could take to build a stronger rules-based international order. Bridging the Foreign Policy Divide (2008) is a collection of bipartisan essays. One of the blogosphere’s most prominent writers on foreign policy, Mr. Shorr’s commentary is featured on Democracy Arsenal, TPMCafé and care2 — in varying levels of policy-work detail. Gordon Smith, Distinguished Fellow, CIGI Gordon Smith is a distinguished fellow at CIGI and the executive director of the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria. His research is currently focused on the future evolution of the G20 and global summitry. Mr. Smith is a former deputy minister of foreign affairs, Canadian ambassador to the European Union, and secretary to cabinet for Canada’s Federal-Provincial Relations. Upon his retirement from government, Mr. Smith has continued his public service, writing prolifically on diplomacy, international summitry and climate change policy. His leadership helped form the L20, which paved the way for the creation of the G20. Debra Steger, Senior Fellow, CIGI; Professor, University of Ottawa Debra Steger is a CIGI senior fellow and professor at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, where she teaches and conducts research in the areas of international trade, investment, dispute settlement, international arbitration and the governance of international organizations. She led a major international 22
and national research network as scientific director of the Emerging Dynamic Global Economies Network, a Network of Centres of Excellence, devoted to responding to the challenges of the emerging economies. She is co-leader of an international collaborative initiative, funded by the European Commission: the Canada-EU Trade Environment Technology Exchange, aimed at managing the interfaces among trade, environment and technology policies in the context of the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement negotiations. She has authored or edited 10 books and written over 100 articles/papers on international trade, the WTO and dispute settlement. She was the first director of the Appellate Body Secretariat of the WTO from 1995 to 2001. During the Uruguay Round, she was the senior negotiator for Canada on dispute settlement and the Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization as well as the principal counsel to the Government of Canada for all of the Uruguay Round agreements. She also served as general counsel of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal. Carmen Sylvain, Assistant Deputy Minister Strategic Policy and Planning, Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Carmen Sylvain is currently Assistant Deputy Minister Strategic Policy and Planning for DFAIT and a member of CIGIâ€™s operating board. She joined the federal government in 1987 and has served in numerous departments including those of Secretary of State of Canada, Privy Council Office, Canadian Heritage and Communications. In 2001, she joined DFAIT and has served as assistant deputy minister for Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Mauritania, director general of the European Union Bureau, director general Commercial Relations for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and director of the Maghreb and Arabian Peninsula Division. She served 15 years as Canadaâ€™s representative to the Bureau of International Exhibitions, and eight as president of its Executive Commission. Paola Subacchi, Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House Paola Subacchi is research director of the International Economics Research area at Chatham House (the Royal Institute of International Affairs). Her main research interest is in the functioning and governance of the international financial and monetary system, with a particular focus on post-crisis policy and institutional change. She is a contributor to peer-reviewed journals and current affairs publications. She is a regular media commentator with the BBC, CNN, Bloomberg, CNBC, Newsweek, the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, the International Herald Tribune and the European Voice. She studied at Bocconi University in Milan and at the University of Oxford. Participant Biographies
Mark Thirlwell, Director, International Economy Program, Lowy Institute for International Policy Mark Thirlwell is director of the International Economy Program at the Lowy Institute for International Policy. Mark began his career as an economist in the Bank of England’s international divisions. He subsequently joined JP Morgan, where he was a vice president in the economic research department. Before joining the institute, Mr. Thirwell was senior economist at the Australian Export Finance and Insurance Corporation, where he worked on country risk issues, with a particular emphasis on East Asia. Mark is a graduate of Cambridge University and has an M.Phil. in economics from Oxford and a postgraduate qualification in applied finance from Macquarie University. Diana Tussie, International Board of Governors, CIGI; Director, The Latin American School of Social Science Diana Tussie heads the Department of International Relations at the Latin American School of Social Sciences. In 2008 she joined CIGI´s International Board of Governors. She specializes in global economic governance and the role of international institutions. Ms. Tussie heads the Department of International Relations at FLACSO/Argentina and is the founding director of the Latin American Trade Network. Her recent books include The Politics of Trade: The Role of Research in Trade Negotiations and Policy (2009); Trade Negotiations in Latin America: Problems and Prospects (2003); and El ALCA y las Cumbres de las Américas: Una nueva relación público-privada? (with Mercedes Botto, 2003). Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León, Former President of Mexico and Director, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León was the inaugural Frederic Iseman ’74 Director at the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, was a professor of international economics and politics at Yale University and served at the Central Bank of Mexico from 1978 to 1987. He was the undersecretary of budget (1987-1988) and the secretary of education (1988–1992) for the Government of Mexico, and is on the board of directors for Alcoa, Procter & Gamble, Citigroup, Inc. and PRISA; and the international advisory board for Rolls-Royce, Credit Suisse, BP, Ace and Coca-Cola. Mr. Zedillo has been: member, Foundation Board, the World Economic Forum; chairman: Oversight Board, Natural Resource Charter; vice chair, Global Commission on Elections, Democracy and Security; and co-chair, Migration Study Group.
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Thomas A. Bernes, Executive Director
Colin Bradford, Senior Fellow Barry Carin, Senior Fellow David Dewitt, Vice President of Programs Louise FrĂŠchette, Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker, Distinguished Fellow Paul Jenkins, Distinguished Fellow Fred Kuntz, Vice President of Public Affairs AndrĂŠs Rozental, Operating Board of Directors, IBG Gordon Smith, Distinguished Fellow
Briton Dowhaniuk, Event Coordinator Deanne Leifso, Project Officer Brenda Woods, Executive Assistant John Zelenbaba, Research Assistant
Carol Bonnett, Managing Editor, Publications Max Brem, Senior Publications Adviser Greg Brennan, Director of Facilities Matthew Bunch, Publications Coordinator Steve Cross, Media Designer Brandon Currie, Online Content Editor Kevin Dias, Communications Specialist Colleen Fitzpatrick, Community Relations and Events Manager Jennifer Goyder, Assistant Publications Editor Robert Harvey, Facilities Assistant Declan Kelly, Communications Specialist Edmond Kwan, Network and System Administrator Kelly Lorimer, Public Affairs Coordinator Neil Sarginson, Director of Information Technology Natasha Scott, Web Developer Gloria Song, Event Coordinator Som Tsoi, Digital Media Manager Arsyl Villaroya, Audio Visual/Desktop Technician Kris Young, Multimedia Editor
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Shuttle from Langdon Hall to CIGI
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Saturday, October 29, 2011 Time
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EVENT LOCATION The Centre for International Governance Innovation 57 Erb Street West Waterloo, ON N2L 6C2 tel: 1 519 885 2444 fax: 1 519 885 5450 HOTEL INFORMATION Langdon Hall 1 Langdon Drive Cambridge, ON N3H 4R8 tel: 1 519 740 2100 www.langdonhall.ca
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CIGI G20 Resources Each conference package contains a USB key containing the background paper for the conference and the participant responses, uploaded for your convenience. Your USB key also contains the following G20-related CIGI publications.
G20 Paper Series The Financial Stability Board and International Standards Eric Helleiner, CIGI G20 Paper No. 1 (June 2010). Making the G20 Summit Process Work: Some Proposals for Improving Effectiveness and Legitimacy Barry Carin, Paul Heinbecker, Gordon Smith, Ramesh Thakur, CIGI G20 Paper No. 2 (June 2010). The G20 and the Post-Crisis Economic Order Andrew F. Cooper and Colin I. Bradford Jr., CIGI G20 Paper No. 3 (June 2010). The G20 Framework for Strong, Sustainable and Balanced Growth: A Study in Credible Cooperation Daniel Schwanen, CIGI G20 Paper No. 4 (June 2010). The Future of the G20 and Its Place in Global Governance Paul Heinbecker, CIGI G20 Paper No. 5 (April 2011). G7 to G8 to G20: Evolution in Global Governance Gordon S. Smith, CIGI G20 Paper No. 6 (May 2011).
Commentaries Benefit Sharing for the French G20: The Role of Asia Gregory Chin (February 2011). Understanding Global Interdependencies: The Contribution of Economic Models Badye Essid and Paul Jenkins (April 2011). The Global Rebalancing and Growth Strategy Debate Colin Bradford (April 2011).
Reports Flashpoints for the Pittsburgh Summit Edited by Andrew F. Cooper and Daniel Schwanen, CIGI Special G20 Report (September 2009).
CIGI G20 Resources
The Future of the International Monetary Fund: A Canadian Perspective Bessma Momani, Debra Steger, Eric Helleiner, Thomas A. Bernes, Eric Santor, Randall Gemain, C. Scott Clark, Dane Rowlands, Robert Lavigne, Roy Culpepper and James A. Haley, CIGI/CIC Special Report (September 2009). The Financial Stability Board: An Effective Fourth Pillar of Global Economic Governance? Edited by Stephany Griffith-Jones, Eric Helleiner and Ngaire Woods, CIGI Special Report (June 2010). Leadership and the Global Governance Agenda: Three Voices Alan A. Alexandroff, David Shorr, Wang Zaibang, CIGI Special Report (June 2010). Challenges and Opportunities for the French Presidency: The G20 â€” 2011 and Beyond Colin Bradford, Barry Carin, Paul Jenkins, Deanne Leifso and Gordon Smith, CIGI-IFRI Conference Report (March 2011). The G20 Agenda and Process: Analysis and Insight by CIGI Experts Compiled and with an introduction by Max Brem (March 2011). Preventing Crises and Promoting Economic Growth: A Framework for International Policy Cooperation Paola Subacchi and Paul Jenkins, Joint CIGI and Chatham House Report (April 2011). Prescriptions for the G20: The Cannes Summit and Beyond Thomas A. Bernes, Colin Bradford, Barry Carin, Gregory Chin, Jennifer Clapp, Andrew F. Cooper, John M. Curtis, Eric Helleiner, Paul Jenkins, Deanne Leifso, Daniel Schwanen and Gordon Smith, Special Report (October 2011).
National Perspectives on Global Leadership National Perspectives on Global Leadership: Soundings Series â€” Summitry and Public Perceptions A joint CIGI-Brookings Institution Project, Colin Bradford et al. (March 2011). NPGL Soundings Series: www.cigionline.org/npgl
Online resources G20 Web Page: www.cigionline.org/g20 NPGL Soundings Series: www.cigionline.org/npgl Summit Speak Blog: www.cigionline.org/publications/blogs/summitspeak G20 Twitter Feed: twitter.com/cigionline CIGI G20 Resources
About CIGI The Centre for International Governance Innovation is an independent, non-partisan think tank on international governance. Led by experienced practitioners and distinguished academics, CIGI supports research, forms networks, advances policy debate and generates ideas for multilateral governance improvements. Conducting an active agenda of research, events and publications, CIGI’s interdisciplinary work includes collaboration with policy, business and academic communities around the world. CIGI’s research programs focus on four themes: the global economy; environment and energy; global development; and global security. CIGI was founded in 2001 by Jim Balsillie, co-CEO of RIM (Research In Motion) and collaborates with and gratefully acknowledges support from a number of strategic partners, in particular the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario. Le CIGI a été fondé en 2001 par Jim Balsillie, co-chef de la direction de RIM (Research In Motion). Il collabore avec de nombreux partenaires stratégiques et exprime sa reconnaissance du soutien reçu de ceux-ci, notamment de l’appui reçu du gouvernement du Canada et de celui du gouvernement de l’Ontario. For more information, please visitwww.cigionline.org.
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