Associate Professor, Government and Foreign Affairs
B.A., University of the State of New York, Regents College; M.L.A., Harvard University; M.S., Florida State University; Ph.D., Florida State University
A Catholic University of Distinction
2020 East Maple Street
North Canton, Ohio44720
Dr. Davis' main research interests are the influence of security threats and domestic politics on Foreign Policy and Comparative Politics. His area focuses are: Europe/Germany as well as Comparative Political Economy. Dr. Davis' research has focused on the endogenous factors, such as public opinion, and exogenous factors, such as security threats, that affect foreign policy outputs. He is interested in theoretical relationships of theses variables as well as policy implications these relationships may imply for the US, the EU, and foreign policy formation and outputs generally.
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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.