Harris Gleckman is currently a senior fellow at the Center for Governance and Sustainability at UMass Boston and an adjunct professor in the Department of Social Sciences and Human Service at Ramapo College, New Jersey and the University of Maine Law School.
Previously, Gleckman was the project director for the Institute for Environmental Security (The Hague) on a project on coherence and incoherence between the climate regime and the trade, economic, and monetary regimes. During his 25 years at the United Nations, he was chief of the New York office of UNCTAD, a senior staff member of the Financing for Development Office, and head of the Environmental Section of the former United Nations Centre on Transnational Corporations.
- Creating Standards for Multi-Stakeholder Governance (Commentary)
- Multi-stakeholder Governance Seeks to Dislodge Multilateralism (Commentary)
- WEF Proposes a Public-Private United "Nations" (Commentary)
- Will Global Voluntarism Supersede Rule of Law? (Commentary)
- Global Governance in a Globalized World (Policy Library)
- Contested Governance in a Global-Corporate World (Briefings)
Last Updated: Jul 29, 2015