Tomorrow, Oct. 25: “The Importance of Institutional Design in Governing Transnational Corporations”
October 25, 2016
The Importance of Institutional Design in Governing Transnational Corporations
A Talk by Deval Desai, Human Rights Program Research Fellow
Please join us for a brown bag lunch discussion with Human Rights Program Research Fellow and S.J.D. candidate Deval Desai, on regulating transnational corporations. Drawing on his research in northern Uganda and Sierra Leone, Deval will examine the pitfalls of evidence-based approaches to the governance of transnational corporations, recast this governance challenge in terms of institutional design, and consider the lessons that human rights law might offer. Deval is also Fellow-in-Residence at the Institute of Global Law and Policy, and previously worked at the World Bank and UN as a rule of law reform expert in Nigera, Cameroon, Sierra Leone and Uganda.
This event is co-sponsored by the Human Rights Program and the Institute of Global Law and Policy.