Dr David Cannon

Dr David Cannon
Quality Assurance Officer
School of Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts

David is a Visiting Research Fellow with the department of Politics & International Studies at the University of Adelaide and is an Associate of the Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre. David's research currently concentrates on the political economy of international trade and development with a particular focus on institutional change as a result of foreign investment in the Australian economy. His research has also focused on the political economy of ethno-national radicalisation and political violence/terrorism. He has recently published work on the effect of foreign investment - mainly connected to the recent resources boom - on Australian regulatory institutions and sub-national states

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Dr David Cannon

David is a Visiting Research Fellow with the department of Politics & International Studies at the University of Adelaide and is an Associate of the Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre. David's research currently concentrates on the political economy of international trade and development with a particular focus on institutional change as a result of foreign investment in the Australian economy. His research has also focused on the political economy of ethno-national radicalisation and political violence/terrorism. He has recently published work on the effect of foreign investment - mainly connected to the recent resources boom - on Australian regulatory institutions and sub-national states

International Political Economy

Regional Trade and Investment.

Politics of international trade and development; international institutions and globalisation.

Ethno-National politics and Insurgency/Terrorist Groups

Intersection of cultural, political and economic factors as they act to create, maintain and/or undermine non-state violent activity.

The political economy of ethno-national conflict.

Irish History and Politics

Ireland in the Colonial period, through partition; the creation of the Northern Irish state and the civil conflict, with a focus on the peace process and socio-political ‘normalisation’.

Marxist political thought on Ireland/Northern Ireland.

Popular Culture and Politics

Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2015 Quality Assurance Officer University of Adelaide
2011 - 2012 Course Coordinator The University of Adelaide

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
2005 - 2011 The University of Adelaide Australia PhD
2004 - 2004 The University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Arts (Honors)
2000 - 2002 The University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of International Studies

Research Interests

British History, Economic History, European History, History of Economic Thought, International Relations, Political Science, Political Theory, Race and Ethnic Relations

Journals

Year Citation
2015 Jayasuriya, K. & Cannon, D. (2015). State transformation and resource politics: Australia and the regional political economy. Pacific Review, 28, 3, 391-410. 10.1080/09512748.2015.1011211
2007 Cannon, D. (2007). Socio-ideological fantasy and the Northern Ireland conflict: the other side (Review). Social Identities, 13, 5, 665-672. 10.1080/13504630701580340

Book Chapters

Year Citation
2016 Cannon, D. & Jayasuriya, K. (2016). The Regionalization of Capital in the Patchwork Economy and the Transnationalization of the Subnational State. In J. Sprague (Ed.), Globalization and Transnational Capitalism in Asia and Oceania (pp. 285-300). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 10.4324/9781315708447

Theses

Year Citation
2011 Cannon, D. N.; (2011); Northern Ireland and the political economy of peace: neo-liberalism and the end of the Troubles;

I have written, administered and delivered ‘cap-stone’ courses in International Politics. I have taught courses in International Relations/Politics, Foreign Policy, Australian Politics, Political Theory, European politics and history.

Memberships

Date Role Membership Country
2016 - ongoing Member The University of Adelaide Australia
2011 - ongoing Member The Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre Australia
Position
Quality Assurance Officer
Phone
83135902
Fax
8313 0350
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Rundle Mall Plaza
Org Unit
Learning and Quality Support

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