Teivo Teivainen

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Teivo Teivainen "is Professor of World Politics and Head of the Political Science Department at the University of Helsinki as well as Director of the Program on Democracy and Global Transformation at the San Marcos University in Lima, Peru. Among his recent activities, during 2005-06 he was the International Political Economy Section Chair of the International Studies Association (ISA) and member of the ISA’s Governing Council, as well as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Development Studies at Saint Mary’s University in Canada during the second half of 2005. In 2005-06 he also chaired Network Institute for Global Democratization ( www.nigd.org ), and on behalf of NIGD he is a founding member of the International Council of the World Social Forum. He has been consultant for various international organizations, trade unions, social movements and governments." [1] CV



"Various personal research grants by public and private institutions such as World Institute for Development Economics Research of the United Nations University, Latin American Studies Association, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, Academy of Finland, Emil Aaltonen Foundation, Alfred Kordelin Foundation, Sasakawa Foundation, Hilma and Heikki Honkanen Foundation, University of Helsinki, Amici Instituti Universitatis Helsingiensis, Rockefeller Foundation, Finnish Peace Research Association, International Studies Association, Latin American Studies Association and Finnish Cultural Foundation.

"Succesful institutional fund-raising as Director of the Program on Democracy and Global Transformation of San Marcos University, Lima and as Principal Coordinator of the Ibero-American Center of the University of Helsinki, from Oxfam-GB, Associação Brasileira de Organizações Não Governamentais, Ford Foundation, Center for International Mobility, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, Embassy of Finland in Peru, Ministry of Education of Finland, and Saint Mary’s University, apart from various academic sources." [2]

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  1. Teivo Teivainen, University of Helsinki, accessed March 18, 2009.
  2. CV, University of Helsinki, accessed March 18, 2009.