Susan Aaronson is Research Associate Professor at the George Washington University Graduate School of Business and the Elliott School of International Affairs. Aaronson is a frequent speaker on public understanding of globalization issues. She was a regular commentator on “All Things Considered” in 1994-1995, “Marketplace” from 1995-1998, and “Morning Edition,” 1998-2001. She has also appeared on CNN, the BBC, and PBS. She is the author of 6 books and numerous articles on trade, investment, business and human rights and other globalization issues.
Aaronson received her doctorate in economic history from Johns Hopkins University and a masters in International Affairs from Columbia University. She has also been a Guest Scholar in Economics at the Brookings Institution (1995-1999).
Aaronson serves on the Advisory Board for Business- Human Rights and is a pro-bono advisor to the UN Special Representative on Transnational Corporations and Human Rights; the ILO, and the Congressional Human Rights Caucus. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.