Selected Articles and Book Chapters

Paul F. Steinberg (2019) Investing in Cycling Infrastructure Can Promote Social Justice while Tackling Climate Change, Public Administration Review Рspecial symposium on the Green New Deal.

Paul F. Steinberg (2015) Can We Generalize from Case Studies? Global Environmental Politics 15(3): 152-175.

Paul F. Steinberg, Welcome to the Jungle: Policy Theory and Political Instability, in Paul F. Steinberg and Stacy D. VanDeveer (eds.), Comparative Environmental Politics: Theory, Practice, and Prospects, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 2012.

Paul F. Steinberg (2010) Comparative Environmental Politics: Beyond an Enclave Approach, Review of Policy Research 27(1): 95-101.

Paul F. Steinberg (2009) Institutional Resilience amid Political Change: The Case of Biodiversity Conservation, Global Environmental Politics 9(3): 61-81.

Paul F. Steinberg (2007) Causal Assessment in Small-N Policy Studies, Policy Studies Journal 35 (2): 181-204.

Paul F. Steinberg (2005) From Public Concern to Policy Effectiveness: Civic Conservation in Developing Countries, Journal of International Wildlife Policy and Management 8: 341-65.

Paul F. Steinberg (2005) Bringing Political Science to Bear on Tropical Conservation, International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law, Economics 5(4): 395-404.

Paul F. Steinberg (2003) Understanding Policy Change in Developing Countries: The Spheres of Influence Framework, Global Environmental Politics 3(1): 11-32.

The World Bank, World Development Report 2003: Sustainable Development in a Dynamic World, Oxford University Press, 2003. Contributing author.

Paul F. Steinberg (1998) Consensus by Design, Policy by Default: Implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity, Society & Natural Resources 11(4): 375-85.

Daniel Press, Daniel F. Doak and Paul F. Steinberg (1996) The Role of Local Government in the Conservation of Rare Species, Conservation Biology 10(6): 1538-48.