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Project Area
Sociology of Markets


 

Introduction to "Sociology of Markets"
Jens Beckert
 

Fundamentals

How Are Markets Possible?
Jens Beckert
 

The Future in Economic Action

Fictionality and Capitalist Dynamics
Jens Beckert
 
Monetary Governability in the Euro Area
Benjamin Braun
 
The Politics of Deindustrialization
Timur Ergen
 
The Working Day of Taxi Drivers in Warsaw
Marcin Serafin
 

The Emergence of Markets

Incentives Contested
Guus Dix
 
The Marketization of the French Railways
Jean Finez
 
The Nature of Markets
Christopher Rea
 
Market Formation and Social Movements
Simone Schiller-Merkens
 
The Political Economy of Intercountry Adoption
Christian Tribowski
 

Illegal Markets

The Structure of Illegal Markets
Jens Beckert and Renate Mayntz
 
Financial Crime
Jens Beckert and Arjan Reurink
 
Financial Elites on Trial
Thomas Angeletti
 
Illegal Markets under Crisis Conditions
Matías Dewey
 
Illegal, Immoral, and Illegitimate
Maurício Reinert
 

Wealth and Social Inequality

Forbes 400: The Super Rich in the United States
Jens Beckert, Philipp Korom, and Mark Lutter
 



 

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Research Group on the Political Economy of European Integration


 

Introduction to "Political Economy of European Integration"
Martin Höpner
 
The Dynamics of "Integration through Law"
Martin Höpner
 
Wage Setting in the Eurozone
Martin Höpner
 
The EU Politics of Securitization
Marina Hübner
 
Preference Formation among European Trade Unions
Martin Seeliger (Doctoral project)
 
The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Adjustments
Alexander Spielau (Doctoral project)
 
Parliaments and the Economic Governance of the European Union
Aleksandra Maatsch
 



 

Project Area
Research Group on the Transnational Diffusion of Innovation


 

Introduction to "Transnational Diffusion of Innovation"
Mark Lutter
 
The Role of Legitimation in the Diffusion of Innovations
Mark Lutter
 
"Winner-Take-All" Markets in the Creative Industries
Mark Lutter
 
The Impact of the Economy on Suicide
Karlijn Roex (Doctoral project)
 
Credit Booms and Crashes
Tod Van Gunten
 



 

Project Area
Research Group on the Economization of the Social and the History of Complexity


 

Introduction to "The Economization of the Social"
Ariane Leendertz
 
Social "Complexity"
Ariane Leendertz
 
Popular Diagnoses of the Present
Torsten Kathke
 
The Formatting of Working Subjects
Daniel Monninger (Doctoral project)
 



 

Project Area
Institutional Change in Contemporary Capitalism


 

The Fiscal Crisis of the State in Contemporary Capitalism
Wolfgang Streeck
 
Capitalist Development and the Market for Corporate Control
Helen Callaghan
 



 

Project Area
Institution Building across Borders


 

Introduction to "Institution Building across Borders"
Sigrid Quack
 
Trajectories of Transnational Governance
Sigrid Quack
 
Social Mobilization in Brazil
Ana Carolina Alfinito Vieira (Doctoral project)
 
Environmental Programs in Catholic Orders
Jiska Gojowczyk (Doctoral project)
 



 

Project Area
Governance of Global Structures


 

Globalization and Governance
Renate Mayntz
 
Normative Foundations and Limits of Political Legitimacy
Fritz W. Scharpf
 



 

Project Area
Theories and Methods


 

Technical Advice for Projects at the Institute
Lothar Krempel
 
Interest Formation in Virtual Groups
Lothar Krempel
 



 

Project Area
IMPRS-SPCE Doctoral Program: Dissertation Projects


 

Uncertainties and Their Effects on Fertility Behavior
Annina T. Hering
 
Political Responsiveness in the Context of Growing Inequality
Lea Elsässer
 
Racial Exclusion and Regional Development in Columbia
Irina España
 
The Market for Egg Freezing
Dennis Mwaura
 
The Regulation of Paid Domestic Work
Virginia Kimey Pflücke
 
Economic Change and the Conflict on Tax Reforms
Inga Rademacher
 
Statist Skill Formation
Annika Wederhake
 



 

Project Area
Projects by Visiting Researchers


 

The Role of Social Movements in Building Local Markets
Tatiana Castilla (Doctoral project)
 
Reproducing Gender Inequality
Nina Suesse (Doctoral project)
 



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