Shepard Forman


Center on International Cooperation

Shepard Forman is Director of the Center on International Cooperation at New York University. Prior to founding the Center, he directed the Human Rights and Governance and International Affairs programs at the Ford Foundation, where he also was responsible for developing and implementing the Foundation's grantmaking activities in Eastern Europe, including a field office in Moscow.

Shep received his Ph.D. in anthropology at Columbia University and did post-doctoral studies in economic development at the Institute of Development Studies in Sussex, England. He served on the faculty at Indiana University, the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan; conducted field research in Brazil and East Timor; and authored two books on Brazil and numerous articles, including papers on humanitarian assistance and post-conflict reconstruction assistance.

Focus: Development, Globalization, Global, Americas


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Selected Publications:

Co-editor, with Stewart Patrick:
Good Intentions: Pledges of Aid to Countries Emerging from Conflict; and Multilateralism and U.S. Foreign Policy: Ambivalent Engagement

With Romita Ghosh:
Promoting Reproductive Health: Investing in Health for Development

As editor:
Diagnosing America: Anthropology and Public Policy, which examines the application of anthropological studies to social problems in the United States.

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Last Updated: Sep 22, 2006

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