Laurie A. Buonanno
Campus Address: Classroom Building B214
DIRECTOR OF GRADUATE STUDIES (Political Science Department)
Ph.D., Political Science, The Johns Hopkins University, 1990
M.B.A., International Business/Marketing-M.A. Geography/International Trade, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 1982
B.S., Business Administration (Specialization-Management of Information Systems), University at Buffalo, SUNY, 1979
A.S. Natural Sciences, Monroe Community College, SUNY (Rochester, NY), 1977
Comparative public policy, European politics, European Union (identity, policy), federalism, transatlantic relations, ethnic studies (Italian-American experience)
SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1995
Introduction to American Government & Politics, The European Union, European Political Systems, The Italian-American Experience: Politics, Society, and Identity, Transatlantic Public Administration & Policy ( globally-networked course-MPA and BA), Data Analysis and Presentation (MPA).
Introduction to Politics and Government, Political Science Statistics, Political Science Methods, Introduction to U.S. Public Policy, Comparative Parties, Comparative Public Policy, Political Geography, Policy Evaluation, International Political Economy, International Law and Organizations, U.S. Political Economy, International Relations, Export/Import Marketing Management, International Operations, Introduction to Business, Introduction to International Business, Political and Economic Geography of International Trade, Business Statistics
Course Taught Online & Hybrid
Political Geography, European Union, Introduction to American Politics & Government, The Italian-American Experience (team-taught with M. Buonanno, Florida State College-Manatee/Sarasota, Dept. of English), European Political Systems, Transatlantic Public Administration and Policy
Published Books & Under Contract
Buonanno, L. and N. Nugent (2013) Policies and Policy Processes in the European Union. Palgrave Macmillan.
Buonanno, L. and M. Buonanno (forthcoming) A Singular History: Shaping Italian-American Identity. Under contract with University of Florida Press
Buonanno, L., N. Cuglesan, and K. Henderson (eds.) (forthcoming) The Transatlantic Agenda: Public Administration and Policy Perspectives Under contract with Routledge
Buonanno-Lanze, L. (1988) Import/Export Can Make You Rich. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall. Approximately 12,000 cloth copies sold. A guide to exporting and importing. Combines theory with practical applications.
Journal Articles, Reviews, Monographs
Buonanno, L. and N. Nugent (2012) "Studying the Fine Print: Policy Convergence and the New Transatlantic Agenda." EUSA Review 24 (3).
Buonanno, L.., A. Caviedes, K. Dowley, and N. Nugent. (eds) (2012) SUNY Guide to the Model European Union. Seventh Edition. Institute for European Union Studies at SUNY.
Buonanno, L. and N. Nugent. (2011) Explaining the EU's Policy Portfolio: Applying a Federal Integration Approach to EU Cohesion Policy, Bruges Research Papers. Bruges: College of Europe.
Buonanno, L. (2010) Book Review. Britain and European Integration since 1945: On the Sidelines , David Gowland, Arthur Turner, and Alex Wright (Taylor & Francis), The Romanian Review of European Governance Studies 2 (3): 48-49.
Buonanno, L. (2007) Book Chapter, "The Constitutional Crisis in Perspective" in O’ Neill, Michael and Nicolae Păun. (eds) Explaining the European Union’s Constitutional Crisis: International Perspectives (Cluj: Publishing House of the Foundation of European Studies).
Buonanno, L. (2006) Book Review, "ThePrinciple of Mutual Recognition in the European Integration Process " (ed) Fiorella Kostoris Padoa Schioppa (Palgrave Macmillan), Journal of Common Market Studies 44 (4): 1102-1103.
Buonanno, L. (2006) "The European Food Safety Authority" in Chris Ansell and David Vogel (eds). (2006) What's the Beef: The Contested Governance of Food Safety. The MIT Press.
Buonanno, L. (2005) Developments in the European Union 2, edited by D. Dinan and M. Cowles-Green (Palgrave).Journal of Common Market Studies 43 (5); 1072-1073. December.
Buonanno, L. (2005) Producer. EuroSim Documentary Directed by William Jungels. Funded by European Commission and Institute for European Union Studies at SUNY.
Buonanno, L. (2003) "Politics versus Science: Apportioning Competency in the European Food Safety Authority and the European Commission," in European Food Safety Regulation: The Challenge of Multi-level Governance Workshop. Organized by Chris Ansell and David Vogel, University of California, Berkeley. Working Paper (PDF, 265KB)
Buonanno, L., J. Mather, and N. Nugent (2003) "Organizing, Managing, and Assessing an Intercampus, Transnational EU Simulation," Teaching Public Administration 23 (1); 1-14.
Buonanno, L. (2002) "Combining synchronous (EU Simulation) with asynchronous teaching (EU online)." European Union Studies Association Review. Vol.15 (2): 8-10 (PDF, 69KB)
Buonanno, L. , S. Zabltoney, R. Keefer (2001) "Politics versus Science in the Making of a New Regulatory Regime for Food in Europe." European Integration online Papers (EIoP) Vol. 5 (2001) Number 12; Abstracted in Social Science Research Network.
Buonanno-Lanze (2000) "The Antimasonic Party." in eds. Ron Hayduk and Immanuel Ness,The Encyclopedia of Third Parties. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
Steck, H., L. Buonanno-Lanze, and M. Eagles (1997) "Pedagogical Strategies and Assessment Results in Cross-National Simulatioins: Conclusions from at Two-Continent Model European Union Simulation," Monograph. Institute for European Union Studies at SUNY.
Buonanno-Lanze, L. B. (1994) "Public Policy Supportive of Worker Cooperatives in the U.S., the U.K., and Italy."Business & the Contemporary World, 6 (1): 26-42.
Buonanno-Lanze, L. B. (1992) "Trade Union Leaders and Worker Cooperatives: An Analysis of the United States, the United Kingdom, and Italy."Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 63 (1): 73-102.
Buonanno-Lanze (1990) "Attitudes of Labor Union Leaders toward Labor Cooperatives: A Survey of the United States, the United Kingdom, and Italy. Cornell University, Institute for Industry Studies, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations." (Monograph).
U.S. Department of Education, FIPSE-Atlantis (PI-2009--four-year program), European Commission, D.C. Delegation (PI-2001, 2002, 2003, 2004), SUNY Conversations in the Disciplines (2003-PI & 2007), Carnahan-Jackson Foundation (2003), U.S. State Department and Commission of the European Communities Fulbright Scholar Program (PI, 2003), Lead grant-writer for SUNY team short-listed on European Union Center of Excellence grant (2001), "first alternate" in 2011. Grants reviewer for EU Fulbright Fellowship, European Commission Framework grants.
Grants funded conferences, Model EU simulations, scholarly workshops, course development, summer institutes, faculty & student exchanges, and curriculum development.
SUNY Fredonia, Department of Political Science (1990-2006)
Assistant Professor (1990-1994), Associate Professor (1994-2006),
Professor (appointed 2006)
Community College of Baltimore (1983-1986)
Instructor (tenure-track), Department of Business Administration
Director, International Trade Program
Institutes (Teaching & Research)
University of Niŝ Postgraduate Summer Institute for Political Science
Lecturer and Mentor, European Union
Director, Lecturer and Mentor
Spetses European Union Summer Institute and Diplomatic Academy
Lecturer and Mentor
Cornell University, Institute for Industry Studies,
Community College of Baltimore, Import/Export Workshop
Coordinator & Lecturer
Director, Institute for European Union Studies at SUNY (2003-2011), SUNY-wide Instititute
Director, Transatlantic Consortium for European Union Studies and Simulations (INGO)
US Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration-Research Assistant
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