Gutner, Tamar L. 1961-
GUTNER, Tamar L. 1961-
Born August 1, 1961, in Chicago, IL; daughter of Robert and Lynne Gutner; married Max Holland; children: Nora. Education: Attended University of Sussex, 1981-82; Northwestern University, B.S., 1983; Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, M.A. (with distinction), 1985; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph.D., 1999.
Home—Silver Spring, MD. Office—School of International Service, American University, 4400 Massachusetts Ave. N.W., Washington, DC 20016. E-mail—[email protected]
Financial journalist for Associated Press and others in the United States and abroad, 1986-90; Geonomics Institute, Middlebury, VT, research director, 1990-91; Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, affiliate of Center for International Affairs, 1993-95; Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, research fellow in foreign policy studies, 1996-97; International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, visiting researcher, 1997-99; American University, Washington, DC, assistant professor, 1999-2005, associate professor of international relations, 2005—. Harvard University, graduate associate at Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, 1993-98; George Washington University, visiting assistant professor, 1998-99; guest speaker at other institutions, including University of Maryland, 1997, and University of Georgia, 2004; conference participant.
International Studies Association (member of executive committee, Environmental Studies Section, 2000-02), European Communities Studies Association, Women in International Security, American Political Science Association, Society for Women in International Political Economy.
MacArthur Foundation grant for Czechoslovakia and Hungary, 1992; fellow in Europe, American Council of Learned Societies and Social Science Research Council, 1993-94; MIT-Volvo Award 1994-95; fellow, Social Science Research Council 1997-98; fellow, Academic Council on the United Nations System, 1996-97.
The Story of SAIS, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Washington, DC), 1987.
(Editor, with Michael Claudon, and author of introduction) Investing in Reform: Doing Business in a Changing Soviet Union, New York University Press (New York, NY), 1991.
(Editor, with Michael Claudon, and author of introduction) Comrades Go Private: Strategies for Eastern European Privatization, New York University Press (New York, NY), 1992.
Contributor to books, including Elements of Change, edited by Susan Hassol and John Kaktzenberger, Aspen Global Change Institute (Aspen, CO), 1995; Institutions for Environmental Aid: Pitfalls and Promise, edited by Robert Keohane and Marc Levy, MIT Press (Cambridge, MA), 1996; and Protecting Regional Seas: Developing Capacity and Fostering Environmental Cooperation in Europe, edited by Stacy V. VanDeveer and Geoffrey D. Dabelko, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars (Washington, DC), 2000. Contributor to periodicals, including Global Environmental Politics, Food Policy, Wall Street Journal, and International Organization. Associate editor, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 1993-95; book review editor, Review of International Organizations, 2005—. Member of editorial board, New England Journal of Political Science, 2002—.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Global Environmental Politics, 2004, Eva T. Thorne, review of Banking on the Environment: Multilateral Development Banks and Their Environmental Performance in Central and Eastern Europe, pp. 160-167.
Perspectives on Political Science, summer, 2003, Jonathan R. Strand, review of Banking on the Environment, p. 178.