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Dr. David H. DavisProfessor
Prof. Davis is the author of four books. Last July Praeger Press published Ignoring the Apocalypse about how the United States makes policy about environmental threats. He recently finished a book on global warming.
- PhD from Johns Hopkins University
- AB from Cornell University.
- Ignoring the Apocalypse, Praeger, 2007,
- American Environmental Politics, Nelson Hall Co., 1998,
- Energy Politics, St. Martin's Press, 4th ed., 1992
- How the Bureaucracy Makes Foreign Policy, DC Heath, 1972.
- Edited volumes 24-26 of the Social Science Journal from 1986-1989 and the commentary page of PA Times from 1993-1995.
- Teaches political science and public administration at the University of Toledo with a special interest in environmental policy. Formerly taught at the University of Wyoming, Cornell University and Rutgers University.
- Worked for EPA, GAO, and the Library of Congress. During the Carter Administration,
held political appointment in the Department of the
Interior. Business consultant with International Energy Associates, Ltd.
Courses and Links
- American National Government-PSC1200.
- Principles of Public Administration-PSC 3420-5420
- Intergovernmental Relations (IGR )-PSC 4250 5250
- The Presidency-PSC 4230 5230
- Personnel-PSC 4430 5430
- Environmental Policy-PSC 4340 5340
- Administrative Behavior-PSC 4370 5370
- Non-Profit Management-PSC 4410-5410
- Organization Theory-PSC 4470-5470
- Proseminar-PSC 6410
- Environmental Studies Program
- Citation Style
- Local Government in Toledo and Northwest Ohio
- Ignoring the Apocalypse
- American Environmental Politics
- Energy Politics
- Study Abroad and Université de Pau in France. USAC in Chengdu China.
Links outside the University
- American Society for Public Administration (ASPA )
- ASPA Section on Environmental and Natural Resource Administration (SENRA) (maintained at UT)
- American Political Science Association