Susan Ariel Aaronson is associate research professor at The George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.
Until July 2006, Aaronson was senior fellow and director of Globalization Studies at the Kenan Institute, the Washington branch of the Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina (the Washington office is now closed). From 2001-2004, Aaronson devised and directed a major study, funded by the Ford, UN and Levi Strauss Foundations, that examined how U.S. public policies can promote or undermine global corporate social responsibility (CSR). The project resulted in three reports: CSR in international markets, CSR and trade, and CSR in China.
Her books include Trade Imbalance: The Struggle to Weigh Human Rights in Trade Policymaking (Cambridge University Press, 2007), Trade and the American Dream, and Taking Trade to the Streets: The Lost History of Public Efforts to Shape Globalization. Aaronson has also written two primers on trade: "Trade is Everybody's Business" for high school students and "Are there Trade Offs When Americans Trade?" for adults.
- Better Safe than Sorry
- Financial Crisis Hurts U.S. Soft Power
- A Slick Solution for Oil Markets
- ROUNDTABLE: U.S. Trade Policy under the Next President
- Marrying Trade and Human Rights
- Trade Policy for Humanity
- A Human Rights Argument for the Colombia Free Trade Agreement
- ROUNDTABLE: Future of U.S. Trade Policy
- The Man Who Could Right the Trade-Development Imbalance
- United States Obligated to Promote Labor Rights
- Ruggie Tells States to Mind Their Businesses
- In Coherence Lies Opportunity
Last Updated: Nov 18, 2010