Soziologie öffentlicher Finanzen und Schulden

Forschungsgruppe | Publikationen

Growth Models and Central Banking: Dominant Coalitions, Organizational Sense-Making, and Conservative Policy Innovations at the Bundesbank and Fed. In: Review of International Political Economy, 2023.
The Rise of Central Banks: State Power in Financial Capitalism. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2023.
Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk? European Insurance Capital Regulation and the Financial Vocabulary of Motive. In: Socio-Economic Review, 2022.
The Constrained Politics of Local Public Investment Under Cooperative Federalism. In: Socio-Economic Review, published online June 2, 2022.
Private Insurance, Public Welfare, and Financial Markets: Alpine and Maritime Countries in Comparative-Historical Perspective. MPIfG Discussion Paper 22/4. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2022.
Calvert, Julia, Charlotte Rommerskirchen, Arjen van der Heide
Does Ownership Matter? Claimant Characteristics and Case Outcomes in Investor-State Arbitration. In: New Political Economy 27(5), 2022, 788–805.
Dafe, Florence, Sandy Brian Hager, Natalya Naqvi, Leon Wansleben (Hrsg.)
The Structural Power of Finance Meets Financialization. Politics & Society, Band 50(4). 2022.
Dafe, Florence, Sandy Brian Hager, Natalya Naqvi, Leon Wansleben
Introduction: The Structural Power of Finance Meets Financialization. In: Politics & Society 50(4), 2022, 523–542.
Samman, Amin, Nina Boy, Nathan Coombs, Sandy Hager, Adam Hayes, Emily Rosamond, Leon Wansleben, Carola Westermeier
After the Boom: Finance and Society Studies in the 2020s and Beyond. In: Finance and Society, 8(2), 2022, 93–109.
The Constrained Politics of Local Public Investments under Cooperative Federalism. MPIfG Discussion Paper 21/4. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2021.
MacKenzie, Donald, Ian Hardie, Charlotte Rommerskirchen, Arjen van der Heide
Why Hasn't High-Frequency Trading Swept the Board? Shares, Sovereign Bonds and the Politics of Market Structure. In: Review of International Political Economy 28(5), 2021, 1385–1409.
[Book Review] Elliott, Rebecca: Underwater: Loss, Flood Insurance and the Moral Economy of Climate Change in the United States (New York: Columbia University Press, 2021). In: Economic Sociology: The European Electronic Newsletter 22(3), 2021, 35–36.
van der Heide, Arjen, Dominik Želinský
"Level Up Your Money Game": An Analysis of Gamification Discourse in Financial Services. In: Journal of Cultural Economy 14(6), 2021, 711–731.
Divisions of Regulatory Labor, Institutional Closure, and Structural Secrecy in New Regulatory States: The Case of Neglected Liquidity Risks in Market‐Based Banking. In: Regulation & Governance 15(3), 2021, 909–932.
Capitalization and its Legal Friends. In: Accounting, Economics, and Law 11(1), 2021, 53–64.
Öffentliche Finanzen als soziales Gewebe von Verpflichtungen und Ansprüchen: Ideen für eine neue Fiskalsoziologie. In: Gesellschaftsforschung, 2, 2021, 10–13.
[Rezension] Staatskapitalismus für die Hochfinanz: Abolafia, Mitchel Y.: Stewards of the Market: How the Federal Reserve Made Sense of the Financial Crisis (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2020). In: Soziopolis, published online October 22, 2020.
"Köln ist relativ reich": Interview Christian Werthschulte / Leon Wansleben. In: Stadtrevue, 2020, 9.
Beitrag in Handbuch
Coombs, Nathan, Arjen van der Heide
Financialization as Mathematization: The Calculative and Regulatory Consequences of Risk Management. In: Philip Mader, Daniel Mertens, Natascha van der Zwan (Hrsg.), The Routledge International Handbook of Financialization. Routledge International Handbooks. London: Routledge, 2020, 358–368.
Model Migration and Rough Edges: British Actuaries and the Ontologies of Modelling. In: Social Studies of Science 50(1), 2020, 121–144.
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