GIGA G20-related Publications

The GIGA has been conducting research on G20-related topics for more then 50 years. Find below a snapshot of our recent publications on issues such as economic development, migration, sustainable development, trade, peace and security, and climate change.

Amrita Narlikar

Global trade governance and the G20: Negotiating across deepening fault lines

2018, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)

André Bank / Christiane Fröhlich / Andrea Schneiker

The Political Dynamics of Human Mobility: Migration out of, as and into Violence

Global Policy, 8, 2017, S1, 12-18

Clara Brandi / Imme Scholz / Jann Lay / Nancy Alexander / Rainer Thiele / Ram Upendra Das / Richard Klein

Coherent G20 policies towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

G20 Insights Platform, 2017

Hannes Ebert / Tim Maurer

Cyber Security

in: Patrick James (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, New York: Oxford University Press, 2017

Robert Kappel / Helmut Reisen / Birte Pfeiffer

Compact with Africa: Fostering Private Long-Term Investment

T20 Blog, 2017

Sabine Kurtenbach / Detlef Nolte

Latin America’s Fight against Corruption: The End of Impunity

GIGA Focus Latin America, 03/2017

Amrita Narlikar

India's role in global governance: a Modi-fication?

International Affairs, 93, 2017, 1

Amrita Narlikar

Can the G20 Save Globalisation?

G20 Insights Platform, 2017

Amrita Narlikar

Can the G20 Save Globalisation?

GIGA Focus Global, 01/2017

Daniel Neff / Joachim Betz

Gender Justice as an International Objective: India in the G20

GIGA Focus Asia, 03/2017

Nadine Ansorg / Toni Haastrup

Brexit Beyond the UK’s Borders: What It Means for Africa

GIGA Focus Africa, 03/2016

André Bank / Susanne Schmelter

Auf Dauer in Schwebe? Syrische Flüchtlinge in der Türkei und im Libanon

in: Margret Johannesen / Bruno Schoch / Max M. Mutschler / Corinna Hauswedell / Jochen Hippler (eds.), Friedensgutachten 2016, Münster: LIT-Verlag, 2016, 101-113

Marina Dodlova / Anna Giolbas / Jann Lay

Non-Contributory Social Transfer Programmes in Developing Countries: A New Data Set and Research Agenda

GIGA Working Paper, No. 290, August 2016

Lena Giesbert / Birte Pfeiffer / Simone Schotte

Economic Partnership Agreements with the EU: Trade-Offs for Africa

GIGA Focus Africa, 07/2016

Felix Haaß / Sabine Kurtenbach / Julia Strasheim

Fleeing the Peace: Emigration after Civil War

GIGA Focus Global, 02/2016

Robert Kappel

Rise of the "African Mittelstand"

GIGA Focus Africa, 05/2016

Jann Lay / Sebastian Renner

Not on the "Paris Track": Climate Protection Efforts in Developing Countries

GIGA Focus Global, 08/2016

Jasmin Lorch / Annette Ranko

Salafists in the Maghreb Region: Political Ambitions in the Aftermath of the Arab Spring

GIGA Focus Middle East, 07/2016

Amrita Narlikar / Diana Tussie

Breakthrough at Bali? Explanations, Aftermath, Implications

International Negotiation, 21, 2016, 2, 209 – 232

Kerstin Nolte / Wytske Chamberlain / Markus Giger

International Land Deals of Agriculture: Fresh insights from the Land Matrix: Analytical Report II

Land Matrix, 2016

Vita Roy

Natural Resource Production and the Risk of Conflict Recurrence

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, online first, 2016

Alexander De Juan / André Bank

The Ba'thist Blackout? Selective Goods Provision and Political Violence in the Syrian Civil War

Journal of Peace Research, 52, 2015, 1, 91-104

Amrita Narlikar

The Power of the Powerless: The Politics of Poverty at the Doha Round

Foreign Affairs, 2015, March 12

Martin Ostermeier / Sarah Linde / Jann Lay / Sebastian Prediger

SMARTer Indicators for Decent Work in a Post-2015 Development Agenda: A Discussion and a Proposal

GIGA Working Paper, No. 266, February 2015

Birte Pfeiffer

"Upgrading" in Wertschöpfungsketten – Global und Regional?

GIGA Focus Global, 08/2015

Amrita Narlikar / Aruna Narlikar

Bargaining with a Rising India: Lessons from the Mahabharata

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014

Amrita Narlikar

Unintended Consequences: The G20 as Global Governance

Caribbean Journal of International Relations & Diplomacy, 2, 2014, 3, 61-71