International Studties Association (ISA) celebrates 60 years of connecting scholars & practitioners in the field of international studiesRead More
How to hold new types of development finance to account? An action plan for multilateral development banks /
New forms of finance for development projects are creating problems in terms of accountability. As MDBs increase their lending to financial intermediaries compliance with social and environmental policy becomes much harder.Read More
“Global Environmental Governance and The Accountability Trap” will be launched in Toronto, Canada, at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. 6-8pm, Wednesday March 27Read More
The full cost of renewables needs investigation. Specifically, the value chains of minerals used to produce renewable energy remains hidden.Read More
Dr Susan Park discusses her research into Multilateral Development Banks
In this interview, Dr Park discusses her latest research into Multilateral Development Banks and accountability structures of the the MDBs.
Susan recently presented at the following conferences:
The International Political Studies Association annual conference in Brisbane in July 2018. Paper titled: "The Declining Independence of the World Bank Inspection Panel?". See more here.
Presented at the Asian Studies Association of Australia conference in Sydney in June 2018. Paper titled: "Environmental Justice and the Asian Development Bank". See more here.
Presented at the International Studies Association Annual conference 2018 in San Francisco in April 2018. Papers titled: "Greening the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development through Accountability?". See more here.
Conference News - Keynote speaker at Earth Systems Governance Conference, Utrecht, The Netherlands /
Susan Park, keynote speaker at 2018 Utrecht Conference on Earth System Governance, the NetherlandsRead More
How do international organizations (IOs) solve problems? In this theoretically driven book, Dr Susan Park examines how IOs tackle today’s complex global issues.Read More
Global Environmental Governance and the Accountability Trap
Edited by Susan Park and Teresa Kramarz
An examination of whether accountability mechanisms in global environmental governance that focus on monitoring and enforcement necessarily lead to better governance and better environmental outcomes.