William Davis PhD
Forthcoming in September 2013: “Left-Right Partisanship and Monetary Policy: Why do Elected Officials Acquiesce to Central Bank Independence?” Journal of Economics and Politics.
2012. “The Public Opinion - Foreign Policy Paradox in Germany: Integrating Domestic and International Levels of Analysis Conditionally” European Security 21 (3): 347-369.
2012. “Swords into Ploughshares: the Effect of Pacifist Public Opinion on Foreign Policy in Western Democracies” Cooperation and Conflict 47 (3): 308-330.
Davis, William. The New German Foreign Policy-Opinion Nexus: Europe in the Balance?, Saarbrücken, VDM Publishing House Ltd., 2008.
2012. “Ideology and its Impact Economic and Militarized Coercion: Are Hawks More Likely than Doves to Attempt and Succeed with Economic and Militarized Coercion?" Northeastern Political Science Association Annual Conference, Boston.
2011. “Creating a Global Curriculum in a Virtual Space: Connecting with Conflict-Situated Students.” International Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Miami University, Oxford, OH.
2011. “Government Ideology and Threat Effectiveness.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago.