|MARC L. BUSCH
Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service
516 ICC Building, 3700 O Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20057-1026
Georgetown University, July 2005 – present
Karl F. Landegger Professor of International Business Diplomacy, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, August 2010 – present (Associate Professor, June 2005-August 2010)
Professor of Government, August 2010 – present (Associate Professor, June 2005-August 2010)
SFS Faculty Director, Georgetown—ESADE Global Executive MBA
Industry Trade Advisory Committee, DoC and USTR, March 2012 – present
Member, ITAC 16, Standards and Technical Trade Barriers
School of Business, Queen’s University, July 2000 – June 2005
Associate Professor and Queen’s National Scholar
Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, August 2002 – July 2005
Associate, Economic Growth and Institutions Program
Harvard University, July 1995 – June 2000
Associate Professor of Government and Social Studies, July 1998 – June 2000
Assistant Professor of Government and Social Studies, July 1994 – June 1998
Director of Graduate Student Programs, WCFIA 1995 – June 2000
Advisory Committee Member, Harvard-MIT Data Center, 1998 – June 2000
Canada Consulting Cresap (Boston Consulting Group), June 1989 – July 1990
Columbia University, New York, New York
M.Phil., Political Science, 1993; Ph.D., Political Science, 1994
Dissertation: The Strategic Trade Calculus of States (nominated for the Helen Dwight Reid Award
for Best Dissertation in International Relations, American Political Science Association, 1994)
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
M.A., Political Science (International Relations), 1989
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario
B.A. (Honours), Political Studies, 1988
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National Priorities Research Fund, Qatar National Research Fund, 2014-
Insight Development Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2013-2016
Insight Development Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2012-2013
Research Infrastructure Grant Award, Georgetown University, 2010-2011
National Science Foundation, Co-PI, Law & Social Science Program, 2004-2006
Standard Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2001-2004
D.I. MacLeod Term Research & Summer Grants, Queen’s School of Business, 2000-2001
Junior Faculty Fellowship, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard, 2000
MacArthur Mentorship Fellowship, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard, 2000
Canadian Studies Research Grant, Canadian Embassy, Washington, DC, 1998-1999
President’s Fellowship, Harvard University, Spring 1998, Fall 1999
Faculty of Arts and Sciences Junior Faculty Research Grant, Harvard University, 1998, 1999
Clark/Tozier Research Grant, Harvard University, 1996-1997, 1997-1998
John M. Olin National Faculty Fellowship, John M. Olin Foundation, New York, 1996-1997
Gillian Lindt Fellowship, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Columbia University, 1993-1994
Institute for the Study of World Politics Fellowship, Washington, DC, 1993-1994
MacArthur Fellowship in International Peace and Security, Columbia University, 1992-1993
Interdisciplinary Fellowship, Center for the Social Sciences, Columbia University, 1992-1993
Philip E. Mosely Fellowship, Columbia University, 1991-1992
President's Fellowship, Columbia University, 1991
New Researcher Achievement Award, Queen’s School of Business, 2000
Forbes Magazine Top 10 Most Innovative MBA Courses, 2010
MBA Professor of the Module (Spring), McDonough Business School, Georgetown, 2010, 2011
Faculty of the Year (Nominee), SFS, Georgetown, 2009, 2014
Last Chance Lecture, SFS Class of 2014
Star Teacher Award, Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Best Teacher Award, Accelerated MBA, Queen’s School of Business, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2014
Teaching Excellence Award, National Executive MBA, Queen’s School of Business, 2005
Frank Knox Teaching Excellence Award, Alma Mater Society, Queen’s University, 2004
Alumni Teaching Excellence Award (Nominee), Queen’s University, 2004
Commerce ‘89 Teaching Award (Nominee) Queen’s School of Business, 2004, 2005
Commerce Teaching Excellence Award (Nominee), Queen’s School of Business, 2002, 2004
MBA Society Teaching Excellence Award, Queen’s School of Business, 2001
Joseph R. Levenson Teaching Prize (Nominee), Harvard College, 1997
Letter of Commendation for Distinguished Teaching, Harvard Extension School, 1997, 1998
Thomas T. Hoopes Teaching Prize, Harvard College, 1996
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Trade Warriors: States, Firms, and Strategic Trade Policy in High-Technology Competition. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999 (Paperback 2001).
The Politics of International Economic Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. (with Tomer Broude and Amy Porges)
The WTO, Economic Interdependence, and Conflict. London: Edward Elgar, 2007. (with Edward D. Mansfield)
“Law, Politics, and the True Cost of Protectionism: The Choice of Trade Remedies or Binding Overhang.” World Trade Review 13 (1) 2014: 39-64 (with Krzysztof Pelc)
“The Politics of Judicial Economy at the World Trade Organization.” International Organization 64 (2) 2010: 257-280. (with Krzysztof Pelc)
“A BIT is Better Than a Lot: Bilateral Investment Treaties and Preferential Trade Agreements.” World Politics 62 (1) 2010: 1-42. (with Jennifer L. Tobin)
“Does Legal Capacity Matter? A Survey of WTO Members.” World Trade Review 8 (4) 2009: 559-577. (with Eric Reinhardt and Gregory Shaffer)
“Does the WTO Need a Permanent Body of Panelists.” Journal of International Economic Law 12 (3) 2009: 579-594. (with Krzysztof Pelc)
“Overlapping Institutions, Forum Shopping, and Dispute Settlement in International Trade.” International Organization 61 (4) 2007: 735-761.
“Three’s a Crowd: Third Parties and WTO Dispute Settlement.” World Politics 58 (3) 2006: 446-477. (with Eric Reinhardt)
“Industrial Location and Political Participation in Europe.” British Journal of Political Science 35 (4) 2005: 713-730. (with Eric Reinhardt)
“The Intergovernmental Network of World Trade: IGO Connectedness, Governance and Embeddedness.” American Journal of Sociology 111 (3) 2005: 824-858. (with Paul Ingram and Jeffrey Robinson)
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“Developing Countries and GATT/WTO Dispute Settlement.” Journal of World Trade 37 (4) 2003: 719-735. (with Eric Reinhardt)
Reprinted in George Bermann and Petros C. Mavroidis (eds.), WTO Law and Developing Countries. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Reprinted in Marc L. Busch and Edward D. Mansfield (eds.), The WTO, Economic Interdependence, and Conflict. London: Edward Elgar, 2007.
“Bargaining in the Shadow of the Law: Early Settlement in GATT/WTO Disputes.” Fordham International Law Journal 24 (1) 2001: 158-172. (with Eric Reinhardt)
Reprinted in Petros C. Mavroidis and Alan Sykes (eds.), The WTO and International Trade Law/Dispute Settlement. New York: Edward Elgar, 2005.
“Democracy, Consultation, and the Paneling of Disputes Under GATT.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 44 (4) 2000: 425-446.
“Geography, International Trade, and Political Mobilization in U.S. Industry.” American Journal of Political Science 44 (4) 2000: 720-732. (with Eric R. Reinhardt)
“Industry Location and Protection: The Political and Economic Geography of U.S. Nontariff Barriers.” American Journal of Political Science 43 (4) 1999: 1028-1050. (with Eric R. Reinhardt)
“The Political Economy of Nontariff Barriers: A Cross-National Analysis.” International Organization 49 (4) 1995: 723-749. (with Edward D. Mansfield)
Reprinted in Jeffry A. Frieden and David A. Lake (eds.), International Political Economy 4th Edition. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999.
“Nice Strategies in a World of Relative Gains: The Problem of Cooperation Under Anarchy,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 37 (3) 1993: 427-445. (with Eric R. Reinhardt)
“Dispute Settlement in the WTO.” In Lisa L. Martin (ed.), Oxford Handbook of International Trade (NY: Oxford University Press, forthcoming). (with Krzysztof Pelc)
“Developing Countries and DSU Reform.” In Simon J. Evenett and Alejandro Jara (eds.), Building on Bali: A Work Programme for the WTO (London: CEPR, 2013). (with Petros C. Mavroidis)
“Ruling Not to Rule: The Use of Judicial Economy By WTO Panels.” In Tomer Broude et al. (eds.), The Politics of International Economic Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. (with Krzysztof Pelc)
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BOOK CHAPTERS, cont.
“Trade: Determinants of Policies.” In Robert A. Denemark et al. (eds), The International Studies Compendium Project (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011). (with Edward D. Mansfield)
“With a Little Help From Our Friends? Developing Country Complaints and Third Party Participation.” In Chantal Thomas and Joel P. Trachtman (eds.), Developing Countries in the WTO Legal System. Oxford University Press, 2009. (with Eric Reinhardt)
“Fixing What Ain’t Broke? Third Party Rights, Consultations, and the DSU.” In Dencho Georgiev and Kim Van der Borght (eds.), Reform and Development of the WTO Dispute Settlement System. London: Cameron May, 2006. (with Eric Reinhardt)
“The Evolution of GATT/WTO Dispute Settlement.” In John M. Curtis and Dan Ciuriak (eds.), Trade Policy Research. Ottawa: Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 2003. (with Eric Reinhardt)
“Transatlantic Trade Conflicts and GATT/WTO Dispute Settlement.” In Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann and Mark A. Pollack (eds.), Transatlantic Economic Disputes: The EU, the US, and the WTO. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. (with Eric Reinhardt)
Also appears as International Legal Studies Working Paper 02-10, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California at Berkeley, 2002.
Also appears as European University Institute Working Paper RSC 2002/56.
“Testing International Trade Law: Empirical Studies of GATT/WTO Dispute Settlement.” In Daniel M. Kennedy and James D. Southwick (eds.), The Political Economy of International Trade Law: Essays in Honor of Robert Hudec. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. (with Eric Reinhardt)
“The Future of the International Trading System: International Firms, Regionalism and Domestic Politics.” In Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey R.D. Underhill (eds.), Political Economy and the Changing Global Order. New York: St. Martin’s, 1994. (with Helen V. Milner)
“Reading the Tea Leaves: The 112th Congress and Canada-US Trade.” Conference Board of Canada Briefing Paper February 2011.
“The Case Against a China Currency Case.” The American: Journal of the American Enterprise Institute 7 October 2010. (with Philip I. Levy)
“The Perfect (Anti-Trade) Storm? Recession, the November US Elections, and What it All Means for Canada.” Conference Board of Canada Briefing Paper May 2009.
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POLICY PAPERS, cont.
“New Wine in Old Bottles? The Democrats’ Trade Agenda and its Implications for Canada.” Conference Board of Canada Briefing Paper July 2007.
“A (Genetically Modified) Food Fight? Canada’s WTO Challenge to Europe’s Ban on GM Products.” C.D. Howe Institute Commentary No. 186 (Sept. 2003). (with Robert Howse)
“From Ohio to Geneva: Did Reckless US Pandering Trigger Chinese Retaliation at the WTO?” China-US Focus October 1, 2012.
“Protestors Aside, WTO Meeting Holds Promise.” The Boston Globe November 28, 1999. (with Joel P. Trachtman)
“U.S., Europe Should Abide by Aircraft Agreement.” Aviation Week & Space Technology June 23, 1997.
Advisory Centre on WTO Law; American Enterprise Institute; Analistas Brasileiros de Comercio Internacional (Brazilian International Trade Scholars); Berkeley Law School; Brookings Institution; Canadian Institute for Advanced Research; Carnegie Mellon Graduate School of Industrial Administration; Columbia University (Economics); Columbia University Law School; Conference Board of Canada; Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada; Duke; Duke Law School; ESADE; European University Institute; George Washington University (Economics); Georgetown Law Center; Harvard; McGill Law School; NAFTA Article 2022 Advisory Committee on Private Commercial Disputes; Princeton; Stanford Law; Swedish International Development Agency; Maxwell School, Syracuse University; Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts; University of California at San Diego; PIPES, University of Chicago; United Nations; University of Chicago Law School; University of Minnesota Law School; University of Pennsylvania; University of Southern California; University of Toronto; University of Toronto (Economics); Vanderbilt Law School; World Bank; Yale
Advisory Board, International Political Economy: Trade Policy eJournal, May 2013 – present
Editorial Board, International Studies Quarterly, August 2013 – present
Co-Editor, Economics & Politics, January 2006 – December 2010
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BOOK REFEREE EXPERIENCE
Allyn & Bacon; Cambridge University Press; Lynne Rienner; MIT Press; Princeton University Press;
University of Michigan Press; Westview Press
JOURNAL REFEREE EXPERIENCE
Academy of Management Executive; American Journal of Political Science; American Political Science Review; American Sociological Review; British Journal of Political Science; Business and Politics; Canadian Journal of Political Science; Comparative Political Studies; European Journal of International Relations; European Journal of Political Research; European Union Politics; Georgetown Journal of International Affairs; Global Governance; International Organization; International Studies Quarterly; Journal of Conflict Resolution; Journal of International Business Studies; Journal of International Economics; Journal of Law, Economics & Organization; Journal of Legal Studies; Journal of Peace Research; Management Science; Journal of Politics; Melbourne International Law Journal; Organization Science; Political Research Quarterly; Political Studies Quarterly; Review of International Political Economy; Review of International Studies; Review of Law & Economics; Social Science Quarterly; Socio-Economic Review; World Politics; World Trade Review
“Canada-United States Agreement on Softwood Lumber.” Hearing Before the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Government of Canada, November 21, 2006.
“The U.S. Jet Transport Industry: Global Market Factors Affecting U.S. Producers.” Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Aviation of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, U.S. House of Representatives, May 25, 2005.
Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 (nominee), 2002-2003