Saskia Sassen is Professor of Urban Planning at Columbia University.
is the author of She has received a
two-year grant from the Twentieth Century Fund to write a book on
immigration in the world economy.
"The Mobility of Labor and Capital" (Cambridge University Press, 1988),
"The Global City: New York, London, Tokyo" (Princeton University Press, 1991),
and "Cities in a World Economy" (Pine Forge/Sage, 1994). A new book, "On Governing the Global Economy" will be published by Columbia University Press in 1966.
is the author of
She has received a two-year grant from the Twentieth Century Fund to write a book on immigration in the world economy.
Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, Universidad de Bogota, Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Bogota, Colombia: 1982-1894.
Adjunct instructor in the Graduate Faculty of Economics, Universidad de Santo Tomas, Bogota, Colombia: 1983-84.
Have taught at many universities in the United States:
Political Science: Montclair State College
Puerto Rican Studies: Herbert H. Lehman College, CUNY
Political Science, Kingsborough Community College, CUNY
Caribbean Studies: Hunter College, CUNY
Caribbean History: College of New Rochelle
Have worked for the VICE Chancellor of Urban Affairs, The City University of New York. Administered university-wide collaborative programs. 1990-1993.
Worked for Mayor Dinkins on educational issues, Mayor's Office of Educational Services. 1993-1994.