Ph.D. Union Institute
Stephen Stamos joined the Bucknell faculty in 1974. He was a member of the economics department for 15 years and spent the remainder of his career at Bucknell in the international relations program. He has taught at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, the Univ. of California, San Diego, and the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City. He has served as a Director for Eastern Environmental (a public firm), has been a consultant to the Swarthmore Group (a private firm), and has been an adjunct faculty member in the international division of a training program for JP Morgan bank.
He is the author of six books: Economics: A Tool for Understanding Society; International Economics; The ABC’s of International Finance; International Economic Policy; Exploring the Global Economy; and Energy Economics. He is currently doing a research project and book on the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic. Also, in the Dominican Republic, he is working with a young student from the community of Gualete in the Puerta Plata region. This book is titled, Voices of the Campo and will be co-authored with Ramon Ocaly Gonzales Rojas, who is currently living in the city of Santiago. Finally, he is working on a new book, Globalization in the 21st Century: A Challenge for Liberal Arts Education and Professional Practitioners.
Professor Stamos was a Presidential Professor at Bucknell and recipient of the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching. He was a member of the Environmental Studies and Latin American Studies programs. in addition, he was a founding member of the ILTM program. Prof. Stamos has a B.A. in Social Science from San Diego State University, and M.S. in Social and Applied Economics, from Wright State University, and a Ph.D. in Political Economy from the Union Institute.
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