B.A., Williams College
M.B.A., Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College
M.Sc., London School of Economics and Political Science
Ph.D., University of Michigan
David R. Cameron is a Professor of Political Science at Yale and the Director of the Yale Program in European Union Studies. He has taught at Yale since 1975. He has served, at various times, as chair, director of graduate studies, and director of undergraduate studies of the department. He teaches courses on European politics and the European Union.
He has written extensively about the impact of trade openness on government and, with respect to the EU, about the initiative to complete the internal market, the operation of the European Monetary System, the negotiation and implementation of Economic and Monetary Union, the enlargement of the EU, and the negotiation of the failed constitutional treaty and its successor, the Treaty of Lisbon. He has published many articles and chapters on these topics.
His publications dealing with trade openness include “The Expansion of the Public Economy: A Comparative Analysis,” American Political Science Review, 1978 (one of the ten most-cited APSR articles in the 60 years between 1945 and 2005) and Globalization and Self-Determination: Is the Nation-State under Siege? (Routledge, 2006), co-edited with Gustav Ranis and Annalisa Zinn.
His most recent papers on the EU include “Post-Communist Democracy: The Impact of the European Union,” Post-Soviet Affairs, Vol. 23, July-September 2007, and “Creating Market Economies After Communism: The Impact of the European Union,” Post-Soviet Affairs, Vol. 25, January-March 2009.
MacMillan Report - 04-15-2009 - The EU and the European Economics Crisis
MacMillan Report - 03-24-2010 - Greece and the Eurozone Crisis
MacMillan Report - 11-16-2011 - Eurozone Debt Crisis
MacMillan Report - 12-12-2012 - Eurozone Debt Crisis
MacMillan Report - 03-06-2013 - Effect of Italian Election on Eurozone Future
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