United States Council Foundation

The United States Council Foundation, Inc. is a private 501(c)(3) organization affiliated with the United States Council for International Business (USCIB).  It undertakes educational activities to promote the benefits of a free market economy, demonstrate and document the role of the corporate private sector in economic growth and social development, and advance sustainability in environmental management.

The United States Council Foundation sponsors occasional educational events and publishes periodic studies of key topics in international trade and commerce.  Click below to access information on some of the Foundation’s recent activities and publications.

Green Economies Dialogue (website link)

An initiative launched in 2011 to foster discussion of policies to promote environmentally friendly growth and development


The Education and Human Capital Requirements Roundtable: Exploring Approaches to Lifelong Learning for the 21st Century

Report on a joint roundtable with The McGraw-Hill Research Foundation

(May 17, 2012)

Study: How U.S. Multinationals Strengthen the U.S. Economy

By Matthew J. Slaughter (Spring 2009)

Published jointly with the Business Roundtable

Data update (Spring 2010)

Occasional Paper: Investment Subsidies for Cross-Border M&A: Trends and Policy Implications

By Gary Hufbauer, Thomas Moll and Luca Rubini (April 2008)

Occasional Paper: The Benefits of U.S.-China Trade in Services

By Craig VanGrasstek (July 2006)

For more information, please contact Foundation Secretary Ronnie Goldberg (212-703-5057 or rgoldberg@uscib.org).