David H Bearce
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Foreign aid effectiveness and the strategic goals of donor governments
DH Bearce, DC Tirone
The Journal of Politics 72 (03), 837-851, 2010
Intergovernmental organizations, socialization, and member-state interest convergence
DH Bearce, S Bondanella
International Organization, 703-733, 2007
End-times theology, the shadow of the future, and public resistance to addressing global climate change
DC Barker, DH Bearce
Political Research Quarterly 66 (2), 267-279, 2013
Grasping the commercial institutional peace
DH Bearce
International Studies Quarterly 47 (3), 347-370, 2003
How do commercial institutions promote peace?
DH Bearce, S Omori
Journal of Peace Research 42 (6), 659-678, 2005
Societal preferences, partisan agents, and monetary policy outcomes
DH Bearce
International Organization, 373-410, 2003
Preferential trading arrangements and military disputes
ED Mansfield, JC Pevehouse, DH Bearce
Security Studies 9 (1-2), 92-118, 1999
Democracy and de facto exchange rate regimes
DH Bearce, M Hallerberg
Economics & Politics, 2011
Alliances, internal information, and military conflict among member-states
DH Bearce, KM Flanagan, KM Floros
International Organization, 595-625, 2006
Monetary divergence: domestic policy autonomy in the post-Bretton Woods era
DH Bearce
Univ of Michigan Pr, 2007
Economic geography, trade, and war
DH Bearce, EON Fisher
Journal of conflict resolution 46 (3), 365-393, 2002
Has the new aid for trade agenda been export effective? Evidence on the impact of US AfT allocations 1999–2008
DH Bearce, SE Finkel, AS Pérez-Liñán, J Rodríguez-Zepeda, ...
International Studies Quarterly 57 (1), 163-170, 2013
Why there should be no political foreign aid curse
C Altincekic, DH Bearce
World Development 64, 18-32, 2014
Toward an alternative explanation for the resource curse: natural resources, immigration, and democratization
DH Bearce, JA Laks Hutnick
Comparative Political Studies 44 (6), 689-718, 2011
The shadow of the future and international bargaining: The occurrence of bargaining in a three-phase cooperation framework
DH Bearce, KM Floros, HE McKibben
The Journal of Politics 71 (2), 719-732, 2009
When are monetary policy preferences egocentric? Evidence from American surveys and an experiment
DH Bearce, KL Tuxhorn
American Journal of Political Science 61 (1), 178-193, 2017
EMU: the last stand for the policy convergence hypothesis?
DH Bearce
Journal of European Public Policy 16 (4), 582-600, 2009
Not complements, but substitutes: fixed exchange rate commitments, central bank independence, and external currency stability
DH Bearce
International Studies Quarterly 52 (4), 807-824, 2008
Popular non-support for international organizations: How extensive and what does this represent?
DH Bearce, BJJ Scott
The Review of International Organizations 14 (2), 187-216, 2019
Monetary divergence: domestic political institutions and the monetary autonomy—exchange rate stability trade-off
DH Bearce
Comparative Political Studies 35 (2), 194-220, 2002
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