Global Governance

Governance refers to all processes of governing whether through laws, norms or power.   It is primarily about what the relevant “governing body” does, about the way the rules and actions are produced, sustained and regulated.   Wherever there is an overlap or absence of authority across sovereign states, global governance refers to the established (mediated) rights and obligations through which global collective interests are articulated.

Governance relating to the creation and regulation of public policy could be either private or public or both.  Private or quasi-private organisations are often involved in the making of rules and setting of standards which have binding effects on the general public.

Governance relating to the creation and revision of government regulatory policies concerning financial institutions attracted much recent public attention.  Regulatory governance reflects the tendency of decentred and mutually adaptive policy regimes to deal with complexity using delegated system of rules; in a system which is more complex, more global, more contested and more liberally democratic.  It is governance beyond the state, through which state regulation is a constitutive instrument of governance.  The development of the Basel Accords is one example.

The IGF has published several high impact research works and organised a number of policy fora that focus on these areas.

For further information in this area, please refer to the “Publications” and “Videos”.

Fariborz Moshirian, the Director of the University of New South Wales Institute of Global Finance, discusses the second vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal, what’s ahead for the U.K. and his outlook for the economy. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia” on March 13, 2019.

Fariborz Moshirian, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, UNSW, on an interview with CNBC on March 11, 2019, says he doesn't see a general election being called in the U.K., though he says there is a possibility of a second referendum on Brexit.

Three U.K. lawmakers quit the Conservative Party and joined a recently-formed independent group in Parliament. Prof. Fariborz Moshirian, the Direct of the Institute of Global Finance, UNSW weighs in on the impact of this development on an interview with CNBC on Feb 22, 2019.

Fariborz Moshirian, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, comment on the challenges facing France on CNBC on December 4, 2018.

Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, University of New South Wales, comments on the merit of trade and investment between the EU and the UK on CNBC interview on September 30, 2018.

Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, University of New South Wales, discussed some of the outcomes of the G20 Finance Ministers meeting, including the significance of multilateral free trade negotiations, flow of capital to emerging countries, policie

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Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, University of New South Wales,  has warned that the EU has “every interest to make it difficult" for the UK to get a good Brexit deal in order to discourage other countries from leavin

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