Marc L Busch * Chair
Marc L Busch (Ph.D., Columbia University) is the Karl F. Landegger Professor of International Business Diplomacy at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Professor of Government and Professor of Business Administration at Georgetown University. He is an expert on international trade policy and law.
He serves as a member of the Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Standards and Technical Trade Barriers (ITAC-16), a public-private group reporting to the U.S. Department of Commerce and the United States Trade Representative.
He has addressed a wide variety of governments and international institutions, including the Advisory Centre on WTO Law, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, the World Bank and the United Nations. He has testified before the US Congress on Airbus-Boeing litigation, and before the Canadian Senate on softwood lumber litigation.
He has consulted to Booz Allen Hamilton, Bell Canada, DCI Group, Frontier Strategy Group, Goruck, Health Canada, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, McKinsey &
Company, Monitor Group, Nomacorc, Philip Morris International, STI, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, the United Nations, the
World Bank, and the Trade Law Division of the Department of International Trade Canada, on behalf of which he addressed a NAFTA 2022 panel on dispute
He is the author of the book Trade Warriors, as well as articles in the American Journal of Political Science, American Journal of Sociology,
British Journal of Political Science, Fordham International Law Journal, International Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution,
Journal of World Trade, World Politics and World Trade Review. He has been awarded research grants from the National Science
Foundation, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the John M. Olin Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation,
the Institute for the Study of World Politics, Georgetown, Queen’s, Harvard, and Columbia. He served as co-editor of the journal Economics & Politics.
He has previously taught at Queen’s University and Harvard. He has received awards for teaching at all three institutions, including MBA Professor of the
Module at Georgetown, the Executive MBA, AMBA, Cornell-Queen’s, and MBA Society Teaching Excellence awards at Queen’s School of Business, and Harvard’s
Thomas Hoopes Teaching Prize. In 1997, he was nominated for the Joseph Levenson Teaching Award at Harvard for best junior faculty undergraduate professor.
In 2004, he received the Frank Knox Teaching Excellence Award for the best undergraduate professor at Queen’s University. In 2010, Forbes Magazine named
his course, “Business, Government and the Global Economy,” one of the Top 10 Most Innovative MBA courses in the United States.