The Global Policy Institute is a London-based think tank on international affairs. It was founded in August 2006 to analyse the issues of globalisation and to formulate innovative policy solutions. It is based in Moorgate in the City of London, and draws on both a rich pool of local academic and business professionals and its extensive international connections. The Institute gives non-partisan guidance to policymakers and decision takers in business, government, and NGOs.
The Institute is now focusing on the dynamics of the post-globalisation era. In the era of globalisation, OECD countries, led by America, forcefully promoted neo-liberal policies. Their objective was to boost growth by liberalising markets, spreading democracy, and opening cultures to outside influences. These goals gained legitimacy with the apparent economic success of the consumerist Anglo-Saxon economic model, and the support of powerful international institutions, such as the IMF and the World Bank. This phase ended abruptly with the banking crisis and is now giving rise to a new era. The world is rapidly moving towards a new, post-globalisation world that will be more complex, diverse and consequently, challenging to understand and analyse.
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