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David A. Deese

department of political science

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Professor

Ph.D., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Curriculum Vitae*

Office: McGuinn 327
Phone: 617-552-4585
Email: david.deese@bc.edu

Office Hours: T Th 12:00-1:00 p.m., 3:00-4:00 p.m.

Professor Deese researches the international dimensions of political economic reform in developing, resource based states and the Middle East region in particular; leadership of international bargaining and negotiations; and the interaction of economics and security in US foreign policy. In January 2013, he was appointed to the United States Fulbright Program national roster of Fulbright Specialists.

He is the author, most recently, of The International Political Economy of Trade (Edward Elgar, U.K.), forthcoming in 2013; Globalization: Causes and Effects (Ashgate Publishing, U.K., 2012), which is volume 11 of The Library of International Relations series; “Managing Reform: Authoritarian Regimes’ Economic Performance Strategies,” with John Louis & Gary Winslett, presented at the Midwest Political Science Association, 2012; “Why Political and Civil Freedom are Fundamental to Economic Freedom, Reform, and Restructuring,” J. Hall & R. Lawson, eds., Economic Freedom: Causes and Consequences, 2011; and World Trade Politics: Power, Principles, and Leadership, 2008.

He teaches graduate courses on the roles and design of institutions in international politics, and on the political economy of reform in developing states, and undergraduate courses on international political economy, liberalism and American foreign policy, and the US and global politics of energy policy.

He is the author of Globalization: Causes and Effects, volume 11, forthcoming, Deese, ed., The Library of International Relations series; “Why Political and Civil Freedom are Fundamental to Economic Freedom, Reform, and Restructuring,” J. Hall & R. Lawson, eds., Economic Freedom: Causes and Consequences, 2011; and World Trade Politics: Power, Principles, and Leadership, 2008.

 

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