In a policy brief for Japan's G20 Presidency in 2019, Purvaja Modak, Akshay Mathur and K.N. Vaidyanathan discuss the need to encourage the development and adoption of processes and methods that can quantify the costs of using natural resources
Gateway House co-hosted the Think20 Mumbai meeting on 12 March 2018. It brought together prominent experts, academics and senior government representatives. In a series of interviews conducted by Gateway House during the conference, Shaktikanta Das, India’s G20 Sherpa, spoke on India's role in the G20 process and its role in the multilateral institution
Think20, the official sub-forum of the G20 for think tanks with expertise in global economic governance, launched the research agenda for 2018 in Buenos Aires to support Argentina’s priorities for the year
Dr. Raghuram Rajan, Governor, Reserve Bank of India, delivered the keynote address at India's first Think20 (T20) meeting organised by Gateway House with TEPAV, on the "Global Economy and Challenges for Multilateral Policies." He urged emerging markets like India to develop their own capacity to provide new ideas to the global financial system, “hold the pen” that will write a more inclusive agenda, and strengthen global multilateral institutions.
Developing sustainable forms of energy and infrastructure is a must to cater to our current and future needs, said Rathin Roy, Director, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy
Seshadari Chari, Executive Director, Forum for Strategic & Security Studies, talks about rural and agricultural infrastructure and what more needs to be done.
John Hartley, Institute Director & CEO, Future Directions International talks about five key issues that the G20 must address.
Parth Shah, founder, Centre for Civil Society talks about inclusive business models and how learning from behavioural economics can be applied to SMEs.
Gateway House is proud to host the first Think20 (T20) regional consultation meeting in Mumbai on 19 October 2015. Ussal Sahbaz, Director of G20 Studies, TEPAV discusses the importance of the meeting and other sub-forums of G20 including the objectives of Turkey's 2015 presidency.