Jack Marr serves as director of International Business Programs and as clinical associate professor at Boise State University. Marr previously served as an adjunct professor of business at NYU's Stern School in Shanghai and coordinates Stern activities in the new Shanghai center. Professionally, Marr is a contributor to the Economist Intelligence Unit and an advisor to number of firms on business development issues in China and Japan. He also lectures at Fudan University (Shanghai), CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange in Shanghai) Webster, and other universities.
Previously, Marr has served as the business development coordinator for the State of Missouri in Japan and China, as a consultant for McKinsey & Company in greater China, as director of research for East and North China agribusiness markets for the U.S. Foreign Agricultural Service at the U.S. Consulate in Shanghai, and as business analyst for Richina Capital Partners.
Jack Marr holds an MA from the University of Chicago in international relations specializing in East Asian political economy and a BA in philosophy and rhetoric from the University of Illinois. He is fluent in Mandarin and Japanese.
Last Updated: July 6, 2017