in Latin America and the Caribbean. Dr. Chung's doctoral research focused on international labor standards and CSR in China’s apparel and footwear industries. Her research also included the creation of a framework for understanding CSR in the context of free trade agreements and U.S. trade policy. Dr. Chung serves as adjunct professor at the American University’s School of International Service and teaches a master’s course on international policy analysis. She also serves as advisor to SISHA, a Cambodia-based nongovernmental organization that fights human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Southeast Asia, and as a member of the National Academy of Science’s Committee on Reducing Forced and Child Labor. She is fluent in Korean and has a working knowledge of Spanish. Dr. Chung has a Ph.D. and M.Phil in international relations from Oxford University and a B.A. in ethics, politics, and economics from Yale University.


Eric Edmonds joined the faculty at Dartmouth in 1999. Currently, he is an associate professor of Economics. He is director of the Child Labor Network at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), a faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, a research fellow at IZA, and an associate editor at Economic Development and Cultural Change. His research focuses on improving our empirical understanding of the reasons for the prevalence and persistence of child labor, illiteracy, and low levels of schooling attainment in low income countries. Dr. Edmonds received his Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University and a M.A. and B.A. in Economics from the University of Chicago.


Adam Greene is vice president, Labor Affairs and Corporate Responsibility at the U.S. Council for International Business. He is responsible for USCIB’s activities on labor policy as well as our wide-ranging work on corporate responsibility. He manages U.S. business participation in the development of international labor standards and advises companies on international and regional trends in labor and employment policy. He also coordinates USCIB involvement in the governing and standard setting bodies of the International Labor Organization and promotes the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. He is vice chairman of the Business Technical Advisory Committee on Labor Affairs to the Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labor. In the area of corporate responsibility, Mr. Greene advises clients on international codes and initiatives, internal management systems, strategic alliances and corporate reporting, among other things. He is a member of the ISO Working Group on Social Responsibility and Co-Chair of the Industry Stakeholder Group, and is a member of the U.S. Advisory Committee for the FTSE4Good social investment index. Mr. Greene is actively involved in the ongoing implementation of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, the ILO Tripartite Declaration on Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, and a wide array of other international initiatives.


Beryl Levinger, since 1992, has held the appointment of Distinguished Professor of Nonprofit Management at the Monterey Institute where she also serves as Academic Director of the Development Project Management Institute (DPMI). Prior to joining the Institute’s faculty, she held significant leadership positions in international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs): president of AFS Intercultural Programs; senior vice president of CARE; and senior adviser to Save the Children’s president. From 1992



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