Joshua W. Busby served in the Peace Corps in Ecuador (1997-1999)

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Joshua W. Busby served in the Peace Corps in Ecuador (1997-1999)

Joshua W. Busby served in the Peace Corps in Ecuador (1997-1999)

Joshua W. Busby served in the Peace Corps in Ecuador (1997-1999)

Areas of Specialization: International Norms, International Political Economy, Debt Relief, Climate Change, American Foreign Policy
Vitae (pdf)

Latest News 4/14/03: Josh just received a predoctoral fellowship from the Brookings Institution's Foreign Policy Studies section.

Josh is a fourth-year graduate student with a concentration in International Relations. His research interests are varied but generally involve international norms and political economy. He also has a regional interest in Latin America, having served in the Peace Corps in Ecuador (1997-1999) and worked in Nicaragua (Summer 1994, Spring 1996). Josh interned in 2000 with the Inter-American Development Bank's Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) where he participated in venture capital and microfinance project development and supervision as well as development of content for the MIF's webpages. Prior to the Peace Corps, he was a Marshall Scholar at the University of East Anglia (Norwich, England) where Josh completed a second BA (with Honors) in Development Studies (1993-1995). He completed his first BA (Summa Cum Laude) at the University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill in Political Science and Biology. Having grown up in Texas, Josh also has a keen interest in domestic and regional politics and occasionally contributes reviews of books on Texas and border politics.

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