Dr. Davison currently teaches:
- ATS1873 – Introduction to International Relations (2018)
- ATS3335 – International Political Economy (2018)
- ATS2706 – Foreign Policy Analysis (2018)
- APG5324 – Advanced Seminar in International Political Economy (2016)
2010 – Dean’s Commendation for Teaching Excellence for PLT2015/3015 Foreign Policies of the Great and Emerging Powers, Monash University.
2009 – Dean’s Commendation for Teaching Excellence for PLT2015/3015 Foreign Policies of the Great and Emerging Powers, Monash University.
2005 – University Teaching Excellence Award for HSG241/341 Global Political Economy, The University of Tasmania.
Awards, appointments or scholarships granted to students under Dr. Davison’s supervision:
2017 – D. Conduit, Council of Australian-Arab Relations, Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade, research grant. $AUD9,945.00
2017 – S. Carver (APG5324; RA, 2013-14), Australian Postgraduate Award, Ph.D. scholarship, Monash University.
2016 – B. Rich (Ph.D) and D. Conduit (Ph.D), Faculty Postgraduate Publication Prize, Monash University.
2016 – S. Kruber (Ph.D), Australian Postgraduate Award, Ph.D. scholarship, Monash University.
2016 – M. Janas (ATS3973; APG5324), Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Canberra.
2016 – B. Rich (Ph.D.), Lecturer in International Relations (continuing), Curtin University, Perth.
2016 – L. Cadzow (Honours), Awarded the Clarendon Scholarship for M.Phil and D.Phil, University of Oxford.
2016 – E. Wyatt (ATS3973 Political Economy of European Integration), Awarded the New Colombo Plan Scholarship.
2016 – J. Canny (Honours), Federal Department of the Attorney-General, Canberra.
2016 – J. Stone (APG5324), Federal Department of the Treasury, Canberra.
2015/16 – B. Rich (Ph.D.), Postgraduate Publication Award, Monash University.
2014 – L. Cadzow (Honours), ‘The limits of soft balancing in international politics’, (B.A. Honours thesis, Politics & International Relations, Monash University), Faculty Thesis Publication Award.
2014 – L. Cadzow (APG5973 Political Economy of European Integration), “The European Union’s decision to introduce a Financial Transaction Tax (FTT)”, awarded the 22nd Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia’s (CESAA) Postgraduate Essay Prize. Published in the Australia & New Zealand Journal of European Studies, 6: 1 (2015).
2014 – A. Eldridge (Honours 2009), ‘The limits of interdependence: cooperation and conflict in Sino-Japanese relations’, abridged version of Honours thesis published in New Voices, Japanese Studies Association, 6: 3, pp. 51–89.
2013 – D. Conduit (Tutor, ATS1873) Delegate to the St. Galen Conference, Switzerland .
2013 – A. Snooks (ATS3694 International Political Economy) Awarded the Uni-Capitol Washington D.C. Internship, Houses of Congress, Washington D.C. (2014).
2013 – S. Jones (Master of International Relations/APG5324), ‘The European Union’s decision to undertake the 2004 enlargement’, awarded the 2013 Bill Kent Memorial Postgraduate Essay Prize in European Studies. Published as MEEUC Working Paper, 3: 2 (2014).
2013 – M. Friend (Honours), Department of Defence, Canberra.
2011 – D. Norrie (ATS3694 International Political Economy), ‘Relative gains and the Common Agricultural Policy: the French government’s decision to reject the Blair House Agreement and block the completion of the Uruguay Round in 1993’, awarded the 19th Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia’s (CESAA) annual Undergraduate Essay Prize. Published in the Australia & New Zealand Journal of European Studies, 4: 1, 72–78.
2010 – N. Parry (Honours) Awarded Ph.D. scholarship (2015), European Union Centre for Complex Global Challenges, University of Melbourne.
2009 – M. Morona (Honours), Director, Intergovernmental and Stakeholder Relations, Department of Primary Industries, Water Group. Formerly Senior Adviser to the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Environment.
2009 – A. Harnath (Honours), ‘Britain and European monetary integration: a troubled affair’, awarded the Jean Monnet Honours Thesis Prize, for the best Honours or Postgraduate coursework thesis in European integration studies in Australia.
2009 – A. Eldridge (Honours), Department of Defence, Canberra.
2004 – E. Jeffrey (Honours), ‘The political economy of the Thai financial crisis: a preliminary autopsy’, awarded prize for the best Honours thesis in Political Science, School of Government, University of Tasmania.
Recent postgraduate completions:
- M. Krause (M.A.) (2017). ‘Small and light arms exports to West Africa’. Supervisors: Dr. Rémy Davison and Dr. Ben Rich.
- B. Rich (Ph.D.) (2016) ‘The making of the Saudi state’. Supervisors: Dr. Benjamin MacQueen, Assoc. Prof. Peter Lentini and Dr. Rémy Davison.
- A. Kumar (Ph.D.) (2015) ‘Chinese military modernization’. Supervisor: Dr. Rémy Davison.
- A. Lisimba (Ph.D.). ‘Chinese investment in South Africa and Central Asia’. Supervisors: Swati Parashar, Remy Davison, Dennis Woodward & Jacqui True.
- S. Kruber (Ph.D.) ‘The impact of foreign fighters and insurgents on regional and international security’. Supervisors: Dr. Rémy Davison and Dr. Benjamin MacQueen.
- J. Shearer (Ph.D.). ‘State failure and conflict’. Supervisors: Dr. Rémy Davison and Dr. Andy Butfoy.
- Y. Zinberg (Ph.D.) ‘Multiple containment: Japan as a contender’. Supervisors: Assoc. Prof. Peter Lentini and Dr. Rémy Davison.
- C. de Vidts (Ph.D.), ‘Counter-terrorism and intelligence cooperation in the EU’. Supervisors: Assoc. Prof. Peter Lentini and Dr. Rémy Davison.
- G. Georgaklis (Ph.D.), ‘Obstacles to nuclear zero’. Supervisors: Dr. Andy Butfoy and Dr. Rémy Davison.
- T. Stoney (MA). ‘A Study of the Consequences of American National Identity for the Framing and Conduct of the War on Terror and the war in Iraq ‘. Supervisors: Dr. Peter Lentini and Dr. Rémy Davison.