MPIfG Podcast: Forging Consensus in Crisis: Exit, Voice and Loyalty in European Integration
In his MPIfG Lecture “Forging Consensus in Crisis: Exit, Voice and Loyalty in European Integration” Matthias Matthijs reflects on the EU’s various crises over the past decade and the emergence of a new EU paradigm that has the potential to give the European project a new lease on life.

MaxPo at 10: Podcasts of Closing Conference
In October 2022, the anniversary and conclusion of the MaxPo Center, the joint research endeavor of MPIfG and Sciences Po, took place in Paris. At the closing conference, twenty scholars presented and discussed MaxPo’s work and its outcomes. Follow the link to listen to the presentations as well as the opening and closing remarks.

Apply for the MPIfG Postdoctoral program
The MPIfG invites applications from postdoctoral researchers in Social Science in the following areas: Political Economy, Economic Sociology, and Sociology of Public Finances and Debt.The deadline for applications is December 20, 2022. We look forward to receiving your online application. For further information on the program and on how to apply, please follow the link.


Democracy at Work: Contract, Status and Post-Industrial Justice
Der erschöpfte Staat: Eine andere Geschichte des Neoliberalismus
Diminishing Returns: The New Politics of Growth and Stagnation
Recoding Power: Tactics for Mobilizing Tech Workers
Zwischen Globalismus und Demokratie: Politische Ökonomie im ausgehenden Neoliberalismus
Critical Encounters: Capitalism, Democracy, Ideas
Uncertain Futures: Imaginaries, Narratives, and Calculation in the Economy
Neoliberal Resilience: Lessons in Democracy and Development from Latin America and Eastern Europe
Social Protection, Capitalist Production: The Bismarckian Welfare State in the German Political Economy, 1880-2015
Making It at Any Cost: Aspirations and Politics in a Counterfeit Clothing Marketplace
The Architecture of Illegal Markets: Towards an Economic Sociology of Illegality in the Economy
Contestants, Profiteers, and the Political Dynamics of Marketization: How Shareholders Gained Control Rights in Britain, Germany, and France
China's Capitalism: A Paradoxical Route to Economic Prosperity
MPIfG Discussion Papers
MPIfG Discussion Papers present results from ongoing research and contribute to current scholarly and public debate. They are subject to internal peer review and published open access.
MPIfG Journal Articles
Articles by MPIfG researchers that have previously been published in peer-reviewed journals are published online in the MPIfG Journal Articles series.
Dewey, Matías, Kedron Thomas
Futurity Beyond the State: Illegal Markets and Imagined Futures in Latin America. In: Latin American Politics and Society, 2022.
Kemmerling, Michael, Christine Trampusch
Digital Power Resources (DPR): The Political Economy of Structural and Infrastructural Business Power in Digital(ized) Capitalism. In: Socio-Economic Review, 2022.
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