Prof. Donald Fuller, Ph.D.

Adjunct Distinguished Senior Lecturer, School of International Relations & Diplomacy

Fuller has completed 11 chapters in books; six articles; one monograph (co-author); one book review; 11 unpublished research and working papers; 23 conference papers, most of which are ISBN designated. He was awarded the Republic of Armenia Gold Medal for scholarship and the American University of Armenia Medal for academic excellence. His areas of interest are public administration, political science, public policy, international relations and political economy. He is Emeritus Professor of Public Administration at the American University of Armenia and was the Dean, International Relations and Diplomacy at Anglo-American University in Prague. Fuller’s most recent conference paper was “Automation, Robots: Crisis or Opportunity?” presented at the 24th Conference of the Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe, May 18-21, Zagreb, Croatia. In May, 2015, he authored a critique of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century. He is now researching the implications of Brexit upon Europe.

specialization

Political Science, Political Economy, Public Administration, Public Policy