David A. Steinberg
David A. Steinberg
School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
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Interest group influence in authoritarian states: The political determinants of Chinese exchange rate policy
DA Steinberg, VC Shih
Comparative Political Studies 45 (11), 1405-1434, 2012
1062012
The effect of authoritarian regime type on exchange rate policy
DA Steinberg, K Malhotra
World Politics, 491-529, 2014
752014
The theory and reality of the European Coal and Steel Community
KJ Alter, D Steinberg
Making History: European Integration and Institutional Change at Fifty,(Eds …, 2007
732007
Assessing the causes of capital account liberalization: How measurement matters
S Karcher, DA Steinberg
International Studies Quarterly 57 (1), 128-137, 2013
642013
Demanding devaluation: Exchange rate politics in the developing world
D Steinberg
Cornell University Press, 2015
492015
Laissez fear: Assessing the impact of government involvement in the economy on ethnic violence
DA Steinberg, SM Saideman
International Studies Quarterly 52 (2), 235-259, 2008
48*2008
Political regimes and currency crises
DA Steinberg, KJ Koesel, NW Thompson
Economics & Politics 27 (3), 337-361, 2015
232015
Why has China accumulated such large foreign reserves?
D Steinberg
The Great Wall of Money, 71-98, 2014
222014
The Political Economy of Exchange Rates
D Steinberg, S Walter
Handbook of Safeguarding Global Financial Stbility: Political, Social …, 2013
202013
Systemic strengths, domestic deficiencies: The Renminbi’s future as a reserve currency
D McDowell, DA Steinberg
Journal of Contemporary China 26 (108), 801-819, 2017
152017
Default Positions: What Shapes Public Attitudes about International Debt Disputes?
SC Nelson, DA Steinberg
International Studies Quarterly 62 (3), 520-533, 2018
112018
Currencies, Compensations, and Coalitions: The Politics of Exchange Rate Valuation in Argentina, 1963-2007
D Steinberg
IPES Conference, 14-15, 2008
92008
Developmental states and undervalued exchange rates in the developing world
DA Steinberg
Review of International Political Economy 23 (3), 418-449, 2016
8*2016
The Domestic Politics of the International Dollar Standard: A Statistical Analysis of Support for the Reserve Currency, 2000–2008
V Shih, DA Steinberg
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2012
8*2012
Does democracy promote capital account liberalization?
DA Steinberg, SC Nelson, C Nguyen
Review of International Political Economy 25 (6), 854-883, 2018
7*2018
The Impact of Economic Coercion on Public Opinion: The Case of US–China Currency Relations
D Gueorguiev, D McDowell, DA Steinberg
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 0022002720912323, 2020
6*2020
The mass political economy of capital controls
DA Steinberg, SC Nelson
Comparative Political Studies 52 (11), 1575-1609, 2019
52019
The politics of exchange rate valuation in developing countries
DA Steinberg
Northwestern University, 2010
52010
The Reversal of Political Parties' Support for Overvalued Exchange Rates
D Steinberg
APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper, 2010
42010
Capture or Compromise? Logrolling and the Political Economy of Exchange Rate Overvaluation in Developing Countries
D Steinberg
APSA 2008 Annual Meeting Paper, 2008
32008
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