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Hildy Teegen

Hildy Teegen is Professor of International Business and International Affairs at GWU where she directs the Center for International Business Education and Research. She received her Ph.D. in International Business from the University of Texas at Austin. Her articles include "The Importance of NGOs in Global Governance and Value Creation," in the Journal of International Business Studies (2005), and "Achieving the Millennium Development Goals: Ways for MNCs to Effectively Interface with NGOs," in Multinational Corporations and Global Poverty Reduction (2005). She is also co-editor of Globalization and NGOs:  Transforming Business, Governments and Society  (2003) and co-author of two books on economic sanctions, U.S. Economic Sanctions: Philosophy and Efficacy (2001) and Case Studies of U.S. Economic Sanctions: The Chinese, Cuban and Iranian Experience (2003). 

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NGOs and the Millennium Development Goals
Citizen Action to Reduce Poverty

Palgrave Macmillan
This book examines the role of NGOs in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the fight to end global poverty more generally. The MDGs arguably...
Hildy Teegen

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