Associate Professor of Management and Global Business, Rutgers Business School
Markus Taussig is an Associate Professor of Management and Global Business at Rutgers Business School. He previously lived in Southeast Asia for nearly two decades, including 11 years in Vietnam designing and carrying out firm surveys and doing operational audits and business planning for the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, and many bilateral development organizations.
His research on engagement between businesses, government, and other societal stakeholders has been published in leading management, political science, and economics journals and won best paper awards from the Academy of Management and the Community for Responsible Research for Business and Management. He has also received numerous fellowships, including the Fulbright Fellowship, and large grants for experimental research from JPAL and from private foundations. He received his Doctorate of Business Administration from Harvard Business School and his Masters in International Economics from Johns Hopkins’ Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies.
Recent work by Markus Taussig
Participation in drafting regulation appears to make firms more willing to see government as a legitimate regulatory authority