Faculty & Staff
Lead faculty & staff:
(Additional professors and lecturers from the Graduate Institute, as well as invited guests speakers, deliver sessions in the INP programme).
Professor Cédric Dupont
Cédric Dupont is Programme Director of the Executive Master in International Negotiation and Policy-Making, Professor of Political Science and Director of Executive Education at the Graduate Institute. He is a Senior Research Fellow of the Berkeley Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Study Center (BASC) at the University of California at Berkeley and an Associate Editor for Europe of the journal Business and Politics. He is a specialist of international political economy with a focus on trade and monetary integration processes and related governance issues, as well as in the analysis of strategic interactions between actors (with use of game theory).
His ongoing research projects focus on the one hand on the institutional design of pan-regional integration groupings (such as APEC and FTAA), and on the other hand on the working of the WTO as a political system, with specific analysis of the questions of legitimacy and efficiency. He also leads a collaborative project with NGOs in Geneva and Oxford University to advance research and policy dialogue on trade, global economic governance and developing countries.
Professor Dupont has significant experience teaching mid-career and senior professionals, both in our degree programmes and customised programmes in Executive Education, with clients ranging from public sector (Swiss Development and Cooperation Agency, national ministries of foreign affairs, etc) to multinationals and private foundations.
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Professor Grégoire Mallard
Grégoire Mallard is Programme Director of the Executive Master in International Negotiation and Policy-Making and Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at the Graduate Institute.
After earning his PhD at Princeton University in 2008, Pr. Mallard was Assistant Professor of Sociology at Northwestern University for five years. He is the author of Fallout: Nuclear Diplomacy in an Age of Global Fracture (University of Chicago Press, 2014) and co-editor of Contractual Knowledge: One Hundred Years of Legal Experimentation in Global Markets (Cambridge University Press 2016), and Global Science and National Sovereignty: Studies in Historical Sociology of Science (Routledge 2008). His forthcoming book, Sovereign Exchanges: Gifts, Trusts, Reparations and Other Fetishes of International Solidarity (Cambridge University Press 2018), deals with the relations between international law and anthropology in the twentieth century. His other publications focus on prediction, the role of knowledge and ignorance in diplomacy and the study of harmonization as a social process (see his website: http://www.gregoiremallard.com).
In 2016, he has been the recipient of an ERC starting grant (2017-2022) for his new project titled Bombs, Banks and Sanctions.
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Professor Stephanie Hofmann
Stephanie Hofmann is Programme Director of the Executive Master in International Negotiation and Policy-Making programme, Associate Professor in International Relations/Political Science, Deputy Director of the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding, and Advisory Faculty for the Programme for the Study of International Governance at the Graduate Institute, Geneva.
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Robert J. Weibel
Advisor to the Programme Director and
Bob Weibel is Founder, Center for European Negotiation and Decision-Making (CENAD). Since 1986, Mr. Weibel has designed and led intensive training seminars on international multilateral and bilateral negotiations, including conflict resolution, mediation and chairmanship. From 1989 until 1997 he was a Visiting Associate Professor at the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA), Maastricht. He founded the Centre for European Negotiation and Decision-Making (CENAD) in 1988 and has since conducted high-level trainings worldwide, with extensive experience in both the Geneva and Brussels contexts.
His portfolio of programmes and seminars has been conducted for EU Member States, the European Commission, Parliament and Council Secretariat as well as accession countries. He has also provided consulting services for United Nations agencies such as UNHCR, UNCTAD, WMO and WHO. His activities have led him to be posted in various cities including Kabul, Cairo and Jakarta. Weibel also conducts diplomatic training activities as well as WTO programmes for African and Gulf States.
Programmes have been conducted for the Deutche Bundesbank and the European Central Bank as well as several large international companies such as Novartis and Nestlé.
Ms. Carlucci has been managing executive education programmes for clients from corporations, governments and international institutions for the past 8 years.