Liliana Andonova will receive the Margaret & Harold Sprout Award as well as the Chadwick Alger Prize for her new book ‘Governance Entrepreneurs: International Organizations and the Rise of Global Public-Private Partnerships‘ (Cambridge University Press 2017).
Professor Liliana Andonova, project investigator for the SNIS-supported research project on ‘Effectiveness of Partnerships for Advancing the SDGs‘, will be awarded two prizes at the upcoming International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, which will take place in Toronto, Canada on 27-30 March 2019.
For her book, Governance Entrepreneurs: International Organizations and the Rise of Global Public-Private Partnerships, Liliana Andonova will receive the Margaret & Harold Sprout Award of the Environmental Studies Section, as well as the Chadwick Alger Prize of the International Organization section.
ISA is a world-renowned academic association that endeavours to create communities of scholars dedicated to international studies. With 6,500 members globally, its goal is to provide opportunities for an exchange of ideas and research between colleagues on a local level and within specific subject areas. Two other scholars from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Prof Anne Leander and Prof Elisabeth Prügl, will also receive prestigious awards during the ISA Annual Convention.