Michael Graglia

Director, Property Rights Initiative, International Security Program

Michael Graglia is the director of the Future of Property Rights initiative at New America. Graglia comes from a career in international development and strategy that has seen him in finance at the Gates Foundation, program evaluation at BCG, developing a global tertiary education network at the World Bank Group, managing a national refugee program for the International Catholic Migration Commission in Zimbabwe, and teaching math in Peace Corps Namibia where he founded a scholarship program to fund women's education.

Graglia has an MBA from Columbia University where he was a Bronfman Fellow, an MA in Southeast Asian studies from Johns Hopkins SAIS where his studies were supported by the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans. Graglia studied mathematics and computer science at Gonzaga University, S.J.

Graglia lives with his family in Palo Alto, Calif.

All Work

Seven Technologies Accelerating Property Rights Formalization

A working list of technologies, the ways they facilitate property rights formalization, and some examples of how they are being used.

At the End of the Beginning: The Formalization of Property Rights in Emerging Markets