Susan Feinberg’s work focuses on how changes in countries’ economic and policy environments affect the location and operating decisions of U.S. multinational firms. She has presented her work at top economics, management and finance conferences, and her research has been published in diverse journals including the American Economic Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Management Journal, and The Review of Economics and Statistics. Feinberg discussed her research on the international trade of U.S. multinational firms in testimony before the United States Trade Deficit Review Commission, and she served on an International Economic Advisory team in the 2004 presidential campaign.
Susan is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of International Business Studies and was recently elected to the Executive Board of the Academy of International Business as a Vice President. Feinberg is also a member of the American Economic Association and the Academy of Management. Prior to joining Rutgers, Feinberg was on faculty at the Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, where she taught global economics in the MBA program. Feinberg earned her undergraduate degree in business at the Wharton School. Prior to earning her PhD at the University of Minnesota, she worked in advertising in France for several years.