Griffith and the G20 Summit
Griffith University is one of Australia’s academic leaders in international relations, political science and government, particularly relating to the G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane in 2014.
- Our G20 credentials
- What people in Brisbane need to know
- G20 Summit Explained
- Griffith Asia Institute
- Urban Research Program
- Centre for Governance and Public Policy
- Official G20 site
Griffith is at the forefront of research surrounding the subject of the G20 Summit, international relations, economics, global politics especially in the Asian region and more. Among the leading projects are:
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Griffith University leads the way in terms of expert research, analysis and media commentary of the G20 Summit and its global impact. Here are just a few of the thought leaders at Griffith. Click through to their credentials or see the full stable of our G20 experts.
- Professor Andrew O’Neil – Head of School, School of Government and International Relations
- Associate Professor Anne Tiernan – School of Government and International Relations
- Professor Fabrizio Carmignani - Accounting Finance and Economics
- Professor Tony Makin - Griffith Asia Institute and Accounting Finance and Economics
- Dr Wes Widmaier – Griffith Asia institute and Centre for Governance and Public Policy
- Professor Jason Sharman - Centre for Governance and Public Policy
- Professor Russell Trood, School of Government and International Relations