TEPAV's recommendations in the report include measures such as the formation of a more just and democratic governance mechanism in the global system, more effective coordination of the fiscal policies across countries, the prioritization of functioning credit channels in fiscal policies, open debate on the mechanisms to restructure the global financial system, and the continuation of international aid programs to developing countries that remain outside the global system of trade and finance.
G20 convenes with the participation of the United States, the European Union, Turkey, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea and United Kingdom. G20 had first convened in 1999. A different country chairs the platform every year. The agenda of G20 includes regular annual meetings among presidents, finance ministers and central bank chairs. G20 convened under Brazilian presidency in 2008 and will maintain activities under the chairmanship of the United Kingdom in 2009.