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Graeme Auld

Professor -- comparative and global environmental politics and policy; international political economy; transnational private governance and private regulation; corporate social responsibility; climate change; natural resource governance

Phone:613-520-2600 x 2259
Office:5217 Richcraft Hall
Graeme’s research focuses on comparative environmental politics and policy, global environmental governance, and the rise of private governance and authority. Much of his work examines the formation, evolution, and impacts of non-state and hybrid forms of global governance across economic sectors. He also researches the design and efficacy of policy aimed at tackling global problems such as climate change.


  • Elected Member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists (2017)
  • Co-Winner “Lynton Keith Caldwell Prize” (2016)
  • “Emerging Young Scholar Award” (2016)
  • Honourable Mention “Harold and Margaret Sprout Award” (2016)
  • Canadian Bicentennial Visiting Associate Professor of Political Science, Yale University (2014-2015)
  • Winner “Harold and Margaret Sprout Award” (2005)


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