Associate Professor, International Affairs
David Gold (Ph.D., Economics, City University of New York) is Associate Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs at the New School, where he teaches in the Conflict and Security and Development concentrations. He is a Fellow of Economists for Peace and Security, an Associate Editor of The EPS Journal, and a member of the Security Policy Working Group. He is a co-founder and co-chair of the New School Study Group on the Economics of Security and, with Sean Costigan, edited a volume of papers from that group, Terrornomics (Ashgate, 2007). He coordinates the GPIA Faculty Working Papers series. Professor Gold is currently conducting research on economic aspects of terrorism, the globalization of military production, and the political and economic determinants of military spending in the United States. Professor Gold chairs, with Sean Costigan and William Hartung, the Economics of Security Study Group.
Advanced Topics in International Affairs: Sources of ConflictComparative Development ExperienceConflict and Development
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