DegreePhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994; BA, University of Notre Dame, 1990
AREAS OF EXPERTISEMultinational firms, international trade, labor markets, politics of globalization
The economics and politics of globalization
Academic positions: Tuck School of Business, 2002–present; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1995–present; Associate Professor of Economics, 2001–02, Assistant Professor of Economics, 1994–2001, Dartmouth College
Nonacademic positions: Academic Advisor, McKinsey Global Institute, 2008–present; Consultant, Financial Services Forum, 2007–present; Senior Fellow for Business and Globalization, 2007–present, Term Member, 2000–present, Council on Foreign Relations; Board of Academic Advisors, International Tax Policy Forum, 2005–present; Visiting Fellow, Institute for International Economics, 1997–present; Member, Council of Economic Advisers, 2005–07; Consultant, Coalition for Fair International Taxation and Organization for International Investment, 2004; Consultant, National Foreign Trade Council, 2003; Visiting Scholar, Federal Reserve Board, 2002, 1998; Consultant and Visiting Scholar, World Bank, 2002, 2000, 1995–97; Consultant, Emergency Committee for American Trade, 1996–2003; Visiting Scholar, International Monetary Fund, 1996–97
Editorial positions: Editorial Board, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of International Trade and Development, Review of International Economics, The World Economy
In addition to academic scholarship, Dean Slaughter writes general-interest items for the business and policy communities. Slaughter has also given speeches to and testified before both chambers of the U.S. Congress. His work and ideas have been widely featured in business media. He teaches the elective course Leadership in the Global Economy.