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The G20 in a World of Financial Crises

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The G20 Leaders’ summits started convening for the first time in Washington D.C. in November 2008. Ever since their first summit, the leaders have convened in the shadow of a financial crisis, beginning with the global financial crisis in 2008, then the first European sovereign debt crisis (Greece I), the Irish financial crisis and recently the European financial crisis. What is the G20 leaders’ forum? How does it work? Is it important, why? Has it produced any concrete actions to date? How has these shattering financial crises affected the G20 ? What role do emerging economies have in this group?

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