DENNIS P. QUINN
Ph.D., Political Science, Columbia University
M.Sc., Sociology, London School of Economics
M.A., Political Science, Columbia University
B.A., American History, Columbia College, Columbia University
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AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Professor Quinn specializes in business and public policy. His current research focuses on democratization and economic liberalization in emerging markets, the origins and consequences of international financial liberalization, globalization, and international political economy. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in business and public policy and business ethics.
CURRENT WORKING PAPERS: (adobe acrobat reader required to view file)
Democracy and International Financial Liberalization,
PUBLISHED PAPERS(adobe acrobat reader required to view file)
Quinn, Dennis P. and H. Joachim Vot. "A Century of Stock Market Correlations and International Financial Openness." American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings) 98 (2008): 529-534.
Quinn, Dennis P. and A. Maria Toyoda. 2008. Does Capital Account Liberalization Lead to Economic Growth? Review of Financial Studies. 21(3):1403-1449.
Quinn, Dennis P., and A. Maria Toyoda. 2007. Ideology and Voter Preferences As Determinants Of Financial Globalization. American Journal of Political Science 51(April):344-363.
Quinn, Dennis P. 2003. "Capital Account Liberalization and Financial
Globalization, 1890-1999." International Journal of Finance and
Quinn, Dennis P., and John T. Woolley. 2001. "Democracy and National Economic Performance: The Preference for Stability" American Journal of Political Science 45(July):634-657.
Carla Inclán, Dennis P. Quinn, and Robert Y. Shapiro. 2001. "A Dynamic Study of the Origins and Consequences of Changes in U.S. Corporate Taxation, 1981-1998." American Journal of Political Science 45(January):179-201.
Quinn, Dennis P. 1997. "The Correlates of Change in International Financial Regulation" American Political Science Review 91(September):531-551.
Quinn, Dennis P., and Carla Inclán. 1997. "The Origins of Financial Openness: A Study of Current and Capital Account Liberalization" American Journal of Political Science 41(July):771-813.
Quinn, Dennis P., and Thomas M. Jones. 1995. "An Agent Morality View of Business Policy" Academy of Management Review 20(January):22-42.
Nollen, Stanley D., and Dennis P. Quinn. 1994. "Free Trade, Fair Trade, Strategic Trade, and Protectionism in the U.S. Congress, 1987-1988" International Organization 48(Summer):491-525.
Quinn, Dennis P., and Pietra Rivoli. 1991. "The Effects of American- and Japanese-Style Employment and Compensation Practices on Innovation" Organization Science 2(November):323-41.
Quinn, Dennis P., and Robert Y. Shapiro. 1991. "Business Political Power: The Case of Taxation" American Political Science Review 85(September):856-871.
Quinn, Dennis P., and Robert Y. Shapiro. 1991. "Economic Growth Strategies: The Effects of Partisan and Electoral Politics on Interest Rates and Business Taxation in the United States" American Journal of Political Science 35(August):656-685.
Quinn, Dennis P., and Robert Jacobson. 1989. "Industrial Policy Through the Restriction of Capital" American Journal of Political Science 33(August):700-36.