Stephen Haber

Selected Journal Articles

Alexander Galetovic and Stephen Haber, “The Fallacies of Patent Holdup Theory,” Journal of Competition Law and Economics 13:1 (March 2017), pp. 1-44.

Stephen Haber and Seth Werfel, “Patent Trolls as Financial Intermediaries? Experimental Evidence,” Economics Letters 149 (December 2016), pp. 64-66.

Stephen Haber, “Patents and the Wealth of Nations” George Mason Law Review, Vol. 23, No. 4, 2016.

Kris James Mitchener, Kim Oosterlinck, Marc D. Weidenmier, and Stephen Haber, “Victory or repudiation? Predicting winners in civil wars using international financial markets” Journal of Banking & Finance, Volume 60, November 2015, Pages 310–319.

Alexander Galetovic, Stephen Haber and Ross Levine, “An Empirical Examination of Patent Holdup” Journal of Competition Law & Economics, Volume 11 Issue 3 September 2015.

Stephen Haber and Aldo Musacchio, “Foreign Entry and the Mexican Banking System, 1997-2007.” Economía 13:1 (Fall 2012), pp. 13-37.

Robert Cull, Stephen Haber, and Masami Imai, “Related Lending and Banking Development.” Journal of International Business Studies, 42 (April 2011), pp. 406–26.

Stephen Haber and Victor Menaldo, “Do Natural Resources Fuel Authoritarianism? A Reappraisal of the Resource Curse.” American Political Science Review 105:1 (Feb. 2011), pp. 1-26.

Stephen Haber, F. Scott Kieff, and Troy A. Paredes, “On the Importance to Economic Success of Property Rights in Finance and Innovation.” Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 26 (2008) pp. 215-43.

Noel Maurer and Stephen Haber, “Related Lending, and Economic Performance: Evidence from Mexico.” The Journal of Economic History 67:3 (Sept. 2007), pp. 551-81.

Stephen Haber, “Mexico’s Experiments with Bank Privatization and Liberalization, 1991-2003.” Journal of Banking and Finance 29:8-9 (August-September 2005), pp. 2325-2353.

Stephen Haber, Noel Maurer, and Armando Razo, “When the Law Does Not Matter: The Rise and Decline of the Mexican Oil Industry.” The Journal of Economic History 63:1 (March 2003), pp. 1-31.

Stephen Haber, “Anything Goes: Mexico’s ‘New’ Cultural History.” Hispanic American Historical Review 79:2 (May 1999), pp. 299-319.

Stephen Haber and Armando Razo, “Political Instability and Economic Performance: Evidence from Revolutionary Mexico.” World Politics 51 (October 1998), pp. 99-143.

Stephen Haber and Armando Razo, “The Rate of Growth of Productivity in Mexico, 1850-1933: Evidence from the Cotton Textile Industry.” Journal of Latin American Studies 30:3 (October 1998), pp. 481-517.

Stephen Haber, David M. Kennedy, and Stephen D. Krasner, “Brothers Under the Skin: Diplomatic History and International Relations.” International Security 22:1 (Summer 1997), pp. 34-43.

Stephen Haber, “Assessing the Obstacles to Industrialization: The Mexican Economy, 1830-1930,” Journal of Latin American Studies 24:1 (Jan. 1992), pp. 1-32.

Stephen Haber, “Business Enterprise and the Great Depression in Brazil: A Study of Profits and Losses in Textile Manufacturing.” Business History Review 66 (Summer 1992), pp. 335-363.

Stephen Haber, Industrial Concentration and the Capital Markets: A Comparative Study of Brazil, Mexico, and the United States, 1830-1930.” The Journal of Economic History 51:3 (Sept. 1991), pp. 559-580.