Diana Tussie holds a PhD from the London School of Economics, 1985. In 1996 she was selected as Distinguished Fulbright Scholar in International Relations for the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Fulbright Commission.
At present she directs the Research Program on International Economic Institutions as well as the Latin American Trade Network. She is a senior research fellow at CONICET (National Council for Technical and Scientific Research).
Her latest books include: Luces y sombras de una nueva relación: el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, el Banco Mundial y la sociedad civil (ed.), (2000); The Environment and International Trade Negotiations: Developing Country Stakes, (1999); and The Inter-American Development Bank (1995). She was Guest Editor of the fall issue (volume 6, 2000) of the journal Global Governance.