David Stasavage
David Stasavage
Julius Silver Professor of Politics
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TitleCited byYear
The limits of delegation: Veto players, central bank independence, and the credibility of monetary policy
P Keefer, D Stasavage
American political science review 97 (3), 407-423, 2003
6742003
Democracy and education spending in Africa
D Stasavage
American journal of political science 49 (2), 343-358, 2005
5952005
Religion and preferences for social insurance
K Scheve, D Stasavage
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 1 (3), 255-286, 2006
4702006
Public debt and the Birth of the democratic state: France and Great Britain 1688–1789
D Stasavage
Cambridge University Press, 2003
4152003
Open-door or closed-door? Transparency in domestic and international bargaining
D Stasavage
International organization 58 (4), 667-703, 2004
3162004
States of credit: Size, power, and the development of European polities
D Stasavage
Princeton University Press, 2011
2762011
Checks and balances, private information, and the credibility of monetary commitments
P Keefer, D Stasavage
The World Bank, 1999
2391999
Does it pay to be transparent? International evidence from central bank forecasts
G Chortareas, D Stasavage, G Sterne
Review-Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis 84 (4), 99-118, 2002
2112002
Private investment and political institutions
D Stasavage
Economics & politics 14 (1), 41-63, 2002
2002002
Democracy, war, and wealth: lessons from two centuries of inheritance taxation
K Scheve, D Stasavage
American Political Science Review 106 (1), 81-102, 2012
1982012
Credible commitment in early modern Europe: North and Weingast revisited
D Stasavage
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 18 (1), 155-186, 2002
1982002
The conscription of wealth: mass warfare and the demand for progressive taxation
K Scheve, D Stasavage
International organization 64 (4), 529-561, 2010
1932010
Taxing the rich: A history of fiscal fairness in the United States and Europe
K Scheve, D Stasavage
Princeton University Press, 2016
1882016
Publicity of debate and the incentive to dissent: evidence from the US Federal Reserve
EE Meade, D Stasavage
The Economic Journal 118 (528), 695-717, 2008
174*2008
Polarization and publicity: rethinking the benefits of deliberative democracy
D Stasavage
The Journal of Politics 69 (1), 59-72, 2007
167*2007
A framework for the analysis of corruption
AW Goudie, D Stasavage
Crime, Law and Social Change 29 (2-3), 113-159, 1998
1661998
Institutions, partisanship, and inequality in the long run
K Scheve, D Stasavage
World Politics 61 (2), 215-253, 2009
1582009
What democracy does (and doesn’t do) for basic services: School fees, school inputs, and African elections
R Harding, D Stasavage
The Journal of Politics 76 (1), 229-245, 2013
1532013
Transparency, democratic accountability, and the economic consequences of monetary institutions
D Stasavage
American Journal of Political Science 47 (3), 389-402, 2003
1472003
The role of democracy in Uganda's move to universal primary education
D Stasavage
The Journal of Modern African Studies 43 (1), 53-73, 2005
1302005
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