School of Energy Economics, Policy and Commerce 918-631-6372
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
M.S., University of Vermont
B.A., Antioch College
Politics and History of Petroleum, Energy in US Economic and Foreign Policy History, Problems of State-Owned Oil Companies of Energy-Exporting Countries, Mineral Scarcity; intersection of US energy policy, foreign policy, national security, and economic history.
National oil company operations
The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.
Stern, R. (2016). Oil Scarcity Ideology in US Foreign Policy, 1908-1997. Security Studies 25:214-257.
Stern, R. (2010). US Cost of Military Force Projection in the Persian Gulf, 1976-2007. Energy Policy 38: 2816–2825
Stern, R. (2008) Gas: una grande occasione per negoziare con l’Iran, Energia (Autunno, 2008)
Stern, R. (2007) Iran: Il Petrolio e la Questione Nucleare, Energia (Autunno, 2007)
Stern, R. (2007) The Iranian petroleum crisis and United States national security. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (1)377-382.
Stern, R. (2006) Oil Market Power and United States National Security. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (5)1650-1655.
Stern, Roger, Oil Scarcity Ideology in US Foreign Policy, 1908-1980 Stanford University Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper
American Political Science Association
American Association of Geographers
Association of International Petroleum Negotiators
International Association for Energy Economics
Middle East Studies Association
American Historical Association
EMGT 4023 Global Energy Decisions
IB 4023 Global Energy Decisions
MEB 7093 Critical Issues for the Energy Industry
MEB 7973 Energy in US History Since 1859
MEB 7992 Directed Research in Energy Business