Tussie holds a PhD from the London School
of Economics, 1985. At present she is a senior research fellow
in International Relations at FLACSO Argentina (Latin American
School of Social Sciences) and at CONICET (National Council for
Technical and Scientific Research). She directs the FLACSO Buenos
Aires Research Programme on International Economic Institutions
as well as the Latin
American Trade Network. In
1996 she was selected as Distinguished Fulbright Scholar in International
Relations for the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Fulbright
2001 she served as Argentina's Undersecretary for International
on the process of international economic negotiation:
October 2004. A Political Economy of Dispute Settlement: A Case
from Argentina. Working Paper.
eds. 2003. The Promise and Problems of Trade Negotations in
Latin America. Palgrave/Macmillan.
2000. The Environment and International Trade Negotiations: Developing
Country Stakes. London:
1993. Bargaining at a Crossroads: Argentina. In The Developing
Countries in World Trade: Policies and Bargaining Strategies,
edited by Diana Tussie and David Glover. Lynn Rienner Publishers.
1993. Holding the Balance: The Cairns Group in the Uruguay Round.
In The Developing Countries in World Trade, edited by
Diana Tussie and David Glover. Boulder, Colorado:Lynne Rienner
Diana. 1987. The Less Developed Countries and the World Trading
System: A Challenge to the GATT. London:Frances Pinter.
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