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Katja Kleinberg
Katja Kleinberg
Associate Professor of Political Science, Binghamton University, SUNY
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Reliability, reputation, and alliance formation
MJC Crescenzi, JD Kathman, KB Kleinberg, RM Wood
International Studies Quarterly 56 (2), 259-274, 2012
1852012
How can economic interests influence support for free trade?
BO Fordham, KB Kleinberg
International Organization 66 (2), 311-328, 2012
1582012
Trade and foreign policy attitudes
KB Kleinberg, BO Fordham
Journal of Conflict Resolution 54 (5), 687-714, 2010
752010
International Trade and US relations with China
BO Fordham, KB Kleinberg
Foreign Policy Analysis 7 (3), 217-236, 2011
602011
Profiting from sanctions: Economic coercion and US foreign direct investment in third-party states
CM Barry, KB Kleinberg
International Organization 69 (4), 881-912, 2015
582015
The domestic politics of trade and conflict
KB Kleinberg, BO Fordham
International Studies Quarterly 57 (3), 605-619, 2013
482013
Trade concentration and interstate conflict
KB Kleinberg, G Robinson, SL French
The Journal of Politics 74 (2), 529-540, 2012
282012
Don’t know much about foreign policy: Assessing the impact of “don’t know” and “no opinion” Responses on inferences about foreign policy attitudes
KB Kleinberg, BO Fordham
Foreign Policy Analysis, 2017
232017
Economics, security, and individual-level preferences for trade agreements
M DiGiuseppe, KB Kleinberg
International Interactions 45 (2), 289-315, 2019
172019
Trade and Threat Perception
BO Fordham, KB Kleinberg
22008
Too Pacifist in Peace, Too Bellicose in War: Political Information and Foreign Policy Opinion
BO Fordham, KB Kleinberg
Journal of Conflict Resolution 64 (10), 1828-1856, 2020
2020
Reputations in economic coercion: explaining the effectiveness of sanction threats
KB Kleinberg
2008
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