Dr. Daniel C. Tirone 

Assistant Professor

 
 
 
 
PhD: University of Pittsburgh
Phone: 225-578-2531
Fax: 225-578-2540
E-mail: dtiron1@lsu.edu
Office: 204 Stubbs Hall

Curriculum Vitae

Area of Interest

Dr. Daniel Tirone works in the field of international relations with a particular specialization on international political economy. His current research examines various facets of foreign assistance including its influence on economic growth, civil conflict, and factors which impact aid’s overall efficacy.

Selected Publications

Savun, Burcu, and Daniel C. Tirone. 2012. "Exogenous Shocks, Foreign Aid and Civil War." International Organization 66(3): 363-393.


Savun, Burcu and Daniel C. Tirone. 2011. “Foreign Aid, Democratization and Civil Conflict: How Does Aid Affect Civil Conflict?” American Journal of Political Science 55 (2): 233-246.

Bearce, David H. and Daniel C. Tirone. 2010. “Foreign Aid Effectiveness and the Strategic Goals of Donor Governments” Journal of Politics 72 (3): 837-851.

Teaching

2057 Introduction to International Politics
4046 International Political Economy
7946 Politics of International Relations