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Marcelo Saguier

Dr. Marcelo Saguier is a Research Fellow at Argentina’s National Science and Technology Research Council (CONICET). He works at the Department of International Relations of the Latin American School of Social Sciences (FLACSO) in Buenos Aires also teaches at the National Foreign Service Institute (ISEN). His research interests include: critical approaches to trade governance; regionalism; transnational social movements; and the politics of regulation of transnational corporations in Latin America. He holds a PhD in Politics and International Studies from the University of Warwick (UK), an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (UK) and a BA Honours in Philosophy from Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada.












‘Transnational labour mobilisation in the Americas’ (2011), David Armstrong, Valeria Bello, Julie Gilson and Debora Spini, eds., Civil Society and International Governance: The role of non-state actors in global and regional regulatory frameworks, USA/Canada: Routledge.


‘Peoples’ Tribunals in Latin America’ (2010), Mukherjee Reed, A., Reed, D. and Utting, P., eds., Business, Non-State Regulation and Development, London: Routledge.


‘Citizenship and Trade Governance in the Americas’ (co-authored with Icaza Garza, R., Newell, P.), in Gaventa, J. and Tandon, R., eds, Citizen Engagements in a Globalising World, London: Zed Books.


‘Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA)’, George Ritzer, ed., Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization, Blackwell.





‘Movimientos sociales transnacionales y la democratización del comercio en las Américas’, Revista Pensamiento Propio Nº 28 / Julio - diciembre, Coordinadora Regional de Investigaciones Económicas y Sociales (CRIES), Buenos Aires, Argentina.





‘The Hemispheric Social Alliance and the Free Trade Area of the Americas process: the challenges and opportunities of transnational coalitions against neo-liberalism’, Globalizations, Issue 2, Vol. 4, May/June, pp. 251-265.



'Global governance and the HIV/AIDS response: Limitations of current approaches and policies', Working Paper Series No. 225/07, Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation (CSGR), University of Warwick.





‘Convergence in the Making: Transnational Civil Society and the Free Trade Area of the Americas’, Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation (CSGR) Working Paper No. 137/04, June 2004.





‘El empleo de la crisis mundial: La agenda del trabajo en el G20’, Documento de Trabajo, Observatorio del G20 – Área de Relaciones Internacionales, FLACSO/Argentina, 2010.


‘Transnational Labour Mobilization in the Americas’: Claiming workers’ rights across borders’, Documento de Trabajo No. 45, Abril 2010, Área de Relaciones Internacionales, FLACSO/Argentina.


‘En el banquillo de los acusados: Empresas transnacionales y violaciones de derechos humanos en América Latina’, Documento de Trabajo No. 43, Abril 2010, Área de Relaciones Internacionales, FLACSO/Argentina.


‘The potential of Peoples’ Tribunals in Latin America to pressure TNCs into adopting human rights responsibilities’, Documento de Trabajo No. 41, Marzo 2010, Área de Relaciones Internacionales, FLACSO/Argentina.


‘Democratising Trade Politics in the Americas: Insights from the Feminist, Environmental and Labour Movements’, Working Paper N. 328, Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Sussex, UK., 2009 (with Icaza Garza, R. and Newell, P.).


‘Campaigning for trade democracy: Transnational social movement coalitions and the Free Trade Area for the Americas process,’ Documento de Trabajo No. 13, Area de Relaciones Internacionales, FLACSO/Argentina, 2007.