Helen Callaghan, PhD
co-authored with Martin Höpner: "Changing Ideas: Organized Capitalism and the German Left"; forthcoming with West European Politics, Vol. 35, Issue 3 (May)
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co-authored with Paul Lagneau-Ymonet: "The Phantom of Palais Brongniart: Economic Patriotism and the Paris Stock Exchange", Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 19, Issue 3, p. 388-404
"Constrain-thy-neighbor effects as a determinant of transnational interest group cohesion", Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 44, Issue 7, p. 910-931
"Beyond Methodological Nationalism: How Multilevel Governance Affects the Clash of Capitalisms", Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 17, Issue 4, p. 564-580
"Insiders, Outsiders and the Politics of Corporate Governance: How ownership structure shapes party positions in Britain, Germany and France," Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 42, Issue 6, p. 733-762
co-authored with Martin Höpner: "European Integration and the Clash of Capitalisms: Political Cleavages over Takeover Liberalization", Comparative European Politics, 2005 (3), p. 307-332
co-authored with Masanobu Ido: "Varieties of Capitalism, Types of Democracy, and Globalisation", published in M. Ido (ed.) "Party System Change and the Transformation of Production Regimes": Routledge (forthcoming)
"Reversing the causal arrow: How Ownership Structure Shapes Party Positions in Britain, Germany and France", published in M. Ido (forthcoming), "Party System Change and the Transformation of Production Regimes": Routledge
(The chapter is a minimally revised version of an article published in Comparative Political Studies in 2009.)
co-authored with Bob Hancké: "Systemwettbewerb oder -komplementarität? Deutsche und amerikanische Institutionen und Innovationsstrategien im Globalisierungszeitalter", published in: S. Lang et al. (1999), Jobwunder USA - Modell für Deutschland?: 273-282. Westfälisches Dampfboot.
“Who cares about Financialization? Explaining the Decline in Political Salience of Active Markets for Corporate Control”, presented at a Workshop on the Politics of Financialization, University College Dublin, May 23-24, 2012; currently under review.
Book review of Pepper Culpepper (2011) “Quiet Politics and Business Power”; forthcoming with the British Journal of Industrial Relations.
"Networks, Markets, Hierarchies and the boardroom coup at Deutsche Börse", prepared for the CES conference in Barcelona, June 19-21, 2011.
"Markets for Sale: Causes and Consequences of Stock Market Demutualization", presented at the SASE Conference in Philadelphia, June 23-26, 2010.
“Economic Nationalism, network-based coordination, and the market for corporate control: Motives for political resistance to foreign takeovers”; forthcoming as an MPIfG Discussion Paper; currently under review.