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Conferences & Lecture Series

2003 G8 Pre-Summit Conference

Governing Globalization:
G8, Public and Corporate Governance

Tuesday, May 27, 2003
INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France

Hosted by the Research Group on Global Financial Governance, the Guido Carli Association, the G8 Research Group, the EnviReform Project, INSEAD, the Club of Athens-Global Governance Group, le Comité pour un Parlement Mondial, Futuribles and the Académie de la Paix

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8h45 Welcoming Remarks
9h00 1. Globalization's Challenges for Governance
Chair: Landis Gabel, INSEAD
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Presenters:
Olivier Giscard d Estaing, INSEAD
"The Needs and Challenges for World Governance" [Text]
Seiichi Kondo, Organisation for Economic and Co-operation and Development
"Globalisation, Governance and the G8 Summit" [Paper]
Kimon Valaskakis, Global Governance Group
"Dangerous Currents: The Global Order in 2003" [Abstract]
10h15 2. Corporate Governance: Contributions and Challenges
Chair: John Kirton, G8 Research Group
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Presenters:
Donald J.S. Brean, University of Toronto, and Christopher Kobrak, ESCP-EAP, European School of Management
"Corporate Governance in the Twenty-First Century" [Paper]
Alan Rugman, Indiana University and University of Oxford
"Regional Multinationals and Regional Trade Policy: The End of Multilateralism" [Abstract]
Paolo Savona, LUISS University
"Growth in Population and Technological Innovation in the New Geopolitical and Geoeconomic Order"
11h15 Refreshment break
11h30 3. Public Governance: Challenges and Contributions
Chair: Robert Ayres, INSEAD
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Presenters:
Michele Fratianni, Indiana University, and John C. Pattison, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
"Governance and Conflicts of Interest In International Financial Institutions" [Paper]
Heidi Ullrich, London School of Economics and Political Science
"Toward Accountable Leadership? The G8, WTO and Public Governance in the Doha Round" [Abstract]
Stéphane Doumbé-Billé, Université Jean-Moulin (Lyon 3)
"Governance, Sustainability and the UN System"

12h45 Lunch break.
13h30 Luncheon Address
14h00 4. Governing Globalization: Principles and Pathways
Chair: Olivier Giscard d Estaing
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Presenters:
Mary O'Sullivan, INSEAD
"Beyond Globalization: The Forces for Change in National Systems of Corporate Governance"
Pierre Marc Johnson, Heenan Blaikie
"Governing Globalization: The Social and Sustainability Institutions"
15h30 5. G8 Contributions and Challenges:
From Kananaskis to Evian and Beyond

Chair: Shinichiro Uda, President, Summit Japan Global Link
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Presenters:
Nicholas Bayne, London School of Economics and Political Science
"G7/8 Performance from Birmingham to Evian and Beyond" [Paper]
Ella Kokotsis, G8 Research Group
"Commitments Kept or Promises Broken? Assessing the 2002 Kananaskis Compliance Record"
Désirée McGraw, McGill University, and Johannah Bernstein
"Keeping Johannesburg's Commitments: The Record of G8 and OECD Countries"
John Kirton, G8 Research Group, and Victoria Panova, Moscow State Institute of International Relations
"Coming Together: Prospects for the G8 Evian Summit" [Paper]
16h45 Refreshment break
17h00 6. Coherence in Global Governance:
Bringing G8 and Corporate and Public Governance Together

Chair: Ethan Kapstein, INSEAD
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Panelists:
Yoshiji Nogami, Royal Institute of International Affairs
Pierre Jacquet, Agence française du développement
"Global Governance: The Economic Institutions of Globalization"
18h00 Adjournment

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