Associate Dean for Faculty, Tuck School of Business: 2012-2015
Signal Companies’ Professor of Management, Tuck School of Business: 2009-2015
Associate Dean for the MBA Program, Tuck School of Business: 2008-2012
Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor, Dartmouth College and Tuck School Faculty
Research Fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research
Member, Council of Economic Advisers, Executive Office of the President
Visiting Scholar: Federal Reserve System; International Monetary Fund; World Bank
Member, Panel of Economic Advisers, Congressional Budget Office
Member, Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy, U.S. State Department
Term Member, Council on Foreign Relations
Academic Adviser, Deloitte Center for Cross-Border Investment
Visiting Fellow, Institute for International Economics
Panel Member, National Academy of Sciences
Consultant: Business Roundtable; Private Equity Council; Financial Services Forum; Emergency Committee for American Trade; National Foreign Trade Council; Committee for Fair International Taxation; United States Council Federation; Organization for International Investment; and global firms
Editorial Positions, Current and Past
Associate Editor, Journal of Development Economics.
Editorial Review Board, Journal of International Business Studies.
Editorial Advisory Board, The World Economy.
Editorial Council, Review of International Economics.
Associate Editor, Journal of International Economics.
Editorial Board, Journal of International Trade and Development.
Refereeing services for over 50 journals, university presses, grant foundations, and think tanks.
Grants, Fellowships & Awards
Tuck Class of 2011 Teaching Excellence Award, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, 2012.
National Science Foundation, Research Grant, Economics Program, “Empirical Evidence on the Global Operations of Multinational Firms,” with Gordon H. Hanson, 2002-2005.
National Science Foundation, Research Grant, Political Science Program, “Economic Insecurity and the Globalization of Production,” with Kenneth F. Scheve, 2002-2005.
John M. Manley Huntington Teaching Award, Dartmouth College, 2001.
Elizabeth R. and Robert A. Jeffe Fellowship, Dartmouth College, 2001-2002.
National Science Foundation, Research Grant, Economics Program, “The Operations and Labor-Market Impacts of Multinational Enterprises,” 2000-2004.
National Bureau of Economic Research, National Fellowship, 2000-2001.
Russell Sage Foundation, Research Grant, Program on The Future of Work in America, “The Effect of Growing International Trade on U.S. Real Wages,” 2000-2001.
Nelson Rockefeller Research in Economics Grant and Research in Social Science Grant, Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, “The Operations and Labor-Market Impacts of Multinationals,” 2000-2001.
Russell Sage Foundation, Research Grant, Program on The Future of Work in America, “Globalization and U.S. Labor Markets: New Research,” 1997-2000.