Roundtable discussion: global governance for developing countries in the digital age

Jointly with the Oxford Martin School, the Commission convened an open discussion on 'making global governance work for developing countries in the digital age'. Key areas discussed included:

  • how to harness the potential of new technologies for growth
  • multilateral governance
  • crafting solutions that are achievable for nations with limited capacity

Stefan Dercon, Pathways' academic director, chaired the discussion. The event presented an opportunity to share and discuss work being conducted across the University of Oxford, and participants attended from a wide range of departments, including: the Department of International Development, the Department of Computer Science, Saïd Business School, the Centre for the Study of African Economies, the Blavatnik School of Government, the Faculty of Law, the Oxford Internet Institute, the Oxford Martin School, the Department of Experimental Psychology, and the Department of Politics and International Relations.