David A. Steinberg. 2015. Demanding Devaluation: Exchange Rate Politics in the Developing World. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
David A. Steinberg, Karrie Koesel, and Nicolas Thompson. 2016 (Forthcoming). “Political Regimes and Currency Crises.” Economics and Politics. Replication materials and a supplementary appendix are available here.
David A. Steinberg. 2015 (Forthcoming). “The Domestic Political Sources of China’s International Financial Policies.” In China in the Global Monetary and Financial System, edited by Domenico Lombardi and Hongying Wang. Waterloo: Center for International Governance Innovation.
David A. Steinberg and Krishan Malhotra. 2014. “The Effect of Authoritarian Regime Type on Exchange Rate Policy.” World Politics 66 (3): 491-529. Replication materials and a supplementary appendix are available here.
David A. Steinberg. 2014. “Why Has China Accumulated Such Large Foreign Reserves?” In The Politics of China’s International Monetary Relations, edited by Eric Helleiner and Jonathan Kirshner. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Sebastian Karcher and David A. Steinberg. 2013. “Assessing the Causes of Capital Account Liberalization: How Measurement Matters.” International Studies Quarterly 57 (1): 128-137. Here is the data on capital account openness and an appendix that contains additional analyses.
David A. Steinberg and Victor C. Shih. 2012. “Interest Group Influence in Authoritarian States: The Political Determinants of Chinese Exchange Rate Policy.” Comparative Political Studies 45 (11): 1405-1434.
Victor C. Shih and David A. Steinberg. 2012. “The Domestic Politics of the International Dollar Standard: A Statistical Analysis of Support for the Reserve Currency, 2000-2008.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 45 (4): 855-880. Replication materials and a supplementary appendix are available here.
David A. Steinberg and Stefanie Walter. 2012. “The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Policy.” In Handbook of Safeguarding Financial Stability, edited by Gerard Caprio. Elsevier Academic Press.
David A. Steinberg and Stephen M. Saideman. 2008. “Laissez Fear: Assessing the Impact of Government Involvement in the Economy on Ethnic Violence.” International Studies Quarterly 52 (2): 235-259. Our data and additional results are available at Steve Saideman’s website.
Karen J. Alter and David Steinberg. 2007. “The Theory and Reality of the European Coal and Steel Community.” In Making History: European Integration and Institutional Change at Fifty, Edited by Sophie Meunier and Kathleen R. McNamara. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 89-104.
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
David A. Steinberg. “Developmental States and Undervalued Exchange Rates in the Developing World.” Under review.
David A. Steinberg. “Interest Group Pressures and Currency Crises.” Scheduled for presentation at the 2015 American Political Science Association conference.
Stephen C. Nelson, David A. Steinberg, and Christoph Nguyen. “Democracy and Capital Account Liberalization in the Developing World.” Scheduled for presentation at the 2015 American Political Science Association conference.
Thomas Pepinsky and David A. Steinberg. “Is International Relations Relevant for International Money and Finance?” Presented at “Strengthening the Links” conference, College of William and Mary, January 2015.
David A. Steinberg. “The Partisan Reversal: Partisanship and Exchange Rate Policies in Open and Closed Economies.” Presented at the 2011 American Political Science Association conference.