The Group of Lecce (GoL) reunites experts in international law, finance, and economics who share an interest in the development of democratic and effective institutions of global governance.
Originally established in early 2009 at the Scuola Superiore ISUFI (Euromediterranean Law and Politics Section), under the auspices of the University of Salento, Lecce (Italy), the GoL has recently evolved into a fully-fledged, independent association, with a statute of a think-tank.
The GoL is fundamentally motivated by the need to strengthen economic and financial multilateralism, by reviving the international cooperative spirit that inspired the Bretton Woods agreements of 1944 within the global context of our times.
Such a belief has led the GoL to propose economic and institutional reforms, and to submit them to the Leaders of the G20 in anticipation of their periodic summits.
A new book of Susanna Cafaro: Democratizing The Bretton Woods Institutions. Problems and Tentative Solutions
International Investment Law And The Environment: a new book by Saverio Di Benedetto was just published.
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