This policy brief will summarise the implications of the changing nature of the Global Economic Architecture (GEA). Recommendations will be made to the various related international institutions in order to create a cohesive environment that could accelerate growth, as well as aid the alleviation of poverty in the Asian region. The policy recommendations have been derived from the book launch of “New Global Economic Architecture: The Asian Perspective” on 6 January 2016 at Mandarin Orchard Singapore. Four different aspects of the GEA are discussed in this policy brief (i) Trade Architecture; (ii) Development Finance Architecture; (iii) Regional Financial Safety Nets; and (iv) Regional Financial Regulation and Supervision.
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Last updated on 22/04/2016