Young Professor of Global Political Economy, Diplomacy and World Affairs
Sanjeev Khagram is known worldwide for his interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral leadership on globalization and transnationalism, sustainable development, human security, governance and leadership. He is currently the John Parke Young Professor in Global Political Economy at Occidental College, Founder and Chair of Innovations for Scaling Impact, and architect of the Global Initiative for Fiscal Transparency. Previously, he was Dean of the Desmond Tutu Peace Centre, Deputy Secretary General at the World Commission on Dams, Associate Professor at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Wyss Scholar at the Harvard Business School and Director of the Lindenberg Center for Global Citizenship. Khagram has worked with global networks, multilateral agencies, governments, corporations, civil society organizations, professional associations and universities all over the world. He holds a BA in Development Studies and Engineering, an MA in Economics and a PhD in Political Science from Stanford University. His publications include: “Dams and Development: Transnational Struggles for Water and Power”, “Future Architectures of Global Governance” and “Environment and Security”.