Wolfgang Reinicke

Wolfgang Reinicke



Wolfgang H. Reinicke is president of the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) and founding dean of the School of Public Policyundefined at Central European University in Budapest. He is also a non-resident senior fellow in the foreign policy studies program at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC.

His areas of expertise include global governance, global finance, international economic institutions, public-private partnerships, global public policy networks and EU-US relations. His numerous publications include Global Public Policy. Governing without Government? (Brookings Institution Press, 1998), Critical Choices. The United Nations, Networks, and the Future of Global Governance (with Francis Deng, Thorsten Benner, Jan Martin Witte; IDRC Publishers, 2000) and Business UNUsual. Facilitating United Nations Reform Through Partnerships (with Jan Martin Witte; United Nations Publications, 2005).

He was a senior scholar with the Brookings Institution from 1991 to 1998 and a senior partner and senior economist in the Corporate Strategy Group of the World Bank in Washington, DC, from 1998 to 2000. From 1999 to 2000, while in Washington, he directed the Global Public Policy Project, which provided strategic guidance on global governance for the UN Secretary General’s Millennium Report. He co-founded the Global Public Policy Institute in 2003. From 2000 to 2011, he worked in the private sector as managing director of Galaxar, SA in Geneva.

Wolfgang received his MPhil and PhD in political science from Yale University. He holds a masters degree in international relations and economics from Johns Hopkins University, and a bachelors degree in economics from Queen Mary College of London University.

Languages: German, English, French


Podcast 04 May 2018

Europe and the Future of Liberal Democracies

by Wolfgang Reinicke, Joel Sandhu, Sonya Sugrobova
The Global Futures Podcast

Commentary 28 July 2017

Investing in Illiberalism

by Thorsten Benner, Wolfgang Reinicke
Foreign Affairs

Commentary 18 April 2017

It is Time for International Investors to Speak Up About Hungary’s Assault on Democracy

by Thorsten Benner, Wolfgang Reinicke
The Washington Post

Policy Paper 07 April 2015

Proteção Efetiva e Responsável contra Crimes de Atrocidade: A Caminho de uma Ação Global

by Thorsten Benner, Sarah Brockmeier, Erna Burai, C.S.R. Murthy, Christopher Daase, J. Madhan Mohan, Julian Junk, Xymena Kurowska, Gerrit Kurtz, Liu Tiewa, Wolfgang Reinicke, Philipp Rotmann, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, Matias Spektor, Oliver Stuenkel, Marcos Tourinho, Harry Verhoeven, Zhang Haibin
Global Norm Evolution & The Responsibility to Protect

Policy Paper 07 April 2015

针对残暴犯罪 实施有效 负责任的保护: 走向全球行动

by Thorsten Benner, Philipp Rotmann, Erna Burai, C.S.R. Murthy, Christopher Daase, J. Madhan Mohan, Julian Junk, Xymena Kurowska, Liu Tiewa, Wolfgang Reinicke, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, Matias Spektor, Oliver Stuenkel, Marcos Tourinho, Harry Verhoeven, Zhang Haibin
Global Norm Evolution & The Responsibility to Protect

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