Between Mission and Market: International Organizations and the Private Sector
Free Public Lecture
Ground Floor, G08
185 Pelham Street
In this lecture, Professor Jan Klabbers will explore the tension that exists between the putative public mission of intergovernmental organisations and the ways in which they relate to the private sector. In particular, he will discuss the various ways intergovernmental organisations can (and do) interact with the private sector, and place the growing awareness of private sector involvement against the background of the leading functionalist theory of the law of international organisations.
This lecture is co-hosted by the Laureate Program in International Law and the Institute for International Law and the Humanities (IILAH).
Professor Jan Klabbers, Academy Professor (Martti Ahtisaari Chair) at the University of Helsinki
Professor Jan Klabbers
Academy Professor (Martti Ahtisaari Chair) at the University of Helsinki
University of Helsinki
Jan Klabbers is currently Academy Professor (Martti Ahtisaari Chair) at the University of Helsinki. His publications include work on general international law, the law of treaties, and especially the law of international organizations, including An Introduction to International Organizations Law (3rd edn, Cambridge University Press 2015) and, hot off the press, ‘Reflections on Role Responsibility: The Responsibility of International Organizations for Failing to Act’ (2017) 28 European Journal of International Law 1133.