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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Economics and Finance D-index 32 Citations 6,231 59 World Ranking 1819 National Ranking 1106
Law and Political Science D-index 28 Citations 4,340 47 World Ranking 498 National Ranking 302

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • World War II
  • Democracy
  • Macroeconomics

His main research concerns Democracy, Monetary economics, Financial economics, Currency and Exchange rate. His study connects Fundamental rights and Democracy. His work carried out in the field of Monetary economics brings together such families of science as Incentive and Resource allocation.

In general Financial economics study, his work on Volatility often relates to the realm of Stock market, Stock exchange and Restricted stock, thereby connecting several areas of interest. David Leblang interconnects Globalization, Domestic market and International economics in the investigation of issues within Currency. David Leblang combines subjects such as Goods and services, Transparency and Free trade with his study of Political economy.

His most cited work include:

  • The effect of cultural values on economic development: Theory, hypotheses, and some empirical tests (294 citations)
  • DEMOCRACY AND GLOBALIZATION (209 citations)
  • Democratic institutions and exchange-rate commitments (196 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

David Leblang mainly investigates Political economy, International economics, Exchange rate, Democracy and Currency. His Political economy study often links to related topics such as Development economics. His International economics research incorporates themes from Capital and Foreign direct investment.

His study in Exchange rate is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Incentive and Economic policy. His Currency study combines topics in areas such as Financial economics and Economy. His work in the fields of Interest rate, Foreign exchange risk and Speculative attack overlaps with other areas such as Voting.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Political economy (30.26%)
  • International economics (21.05%)
  • Exchange rate (19.74%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2017-2021)?

  • Deportation (5.26%)
  • Latin Americans (5.26%)
  • Immigration policy (7.89%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

His primary areas of study are Deportation, Latin Americans, Immigration policy, Demographic economics and Homicide. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Deportation, Panel data, Survey data collection, Argument and Municipal level. His Immigration policy research spans across into areas like Oecd countries, National economy, Economic cooperation, Unemployment and International economics.

He integrates many fields, such as Demographic economics and engineering, in his works. Homicide is intertwined with Residence, Instrumental variable, State and Criminal record in his research.

Between 2017 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in complex humanitarian crises. (33 citations)
  • Controlling immigration?: How regulations affect migration flows (23 citations)
  • Ethnocentrism Reduces Foreign Direct Investment (4 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • World War II
  • Democracy
  • Macroeconomics

David Leblang spends much of his time researching International economics, Coronavirus Infections, Greenfield project, Ethnocentrism and Extant taxon. His International economics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Unemployment. His work deals with themes such as Viral transmission, Pandemic and Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, which intersect with Coronavirus Infections.

His study with Greenfield project involves better knowledge in Foreign direct investment.

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Best Publications

The effect of cultural values on economic development: Theory, hypotheses, and some empirical tests

Jim Granato;Ronald Inglehart;David Leblang.
American Journal of Political Science (1996)

625 Citations

DEMOCRACY AND GLOBALIZATION

Barry Eichengreen;David Leblang.
Economics and Politics (2008)

426 Citations

Capital Account Liberalization and Growth: Was Mr. Mahathir Right?

Barry Eichengreen;David Leblang.
International Journal of Finance & Economics (2003)

406 Citations

Democratic institutions and exchange-rate commitments

William T Bernhard;David Leblang.
International Organization (1999)

369 Citations

Property Rights, Democracy and Economic Growth:

David A. Leblang.
Political Research Quarterly (1996)

351 Citations

Familiarity Breeds Investment: Diaspora Networks and International Investment

David Leblang.
American Political Science Review (2010)

252 Citations

Government Partisanship, Elections, and the Stock Market: Examining American and British Stock Returns, 1930–2000

David Leblang;Bumba Mukherjee.
American Journal of Political Science (2005)

220 Citations

Democratic Processes and Financial Markets: Pricing Politics

William T Bernhard;David Leblang.
(2006)

216 Citations

To Devalue or to Defend? The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Policy

David Leblang.
International Studies Quarterly (2003)

213 Citations

Defying the Law of Gravity: The Political Economy of International Migration

Jennifer Fitzgerald;David Leblang;Jessica C. Teets.
World Politics (2014)

196 Citations

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