Publikationen des MaxPo

Das Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies (MaxPo) arbeitet eng mit dem MPIfG zusammen. Die Bücher und Discussion Papers des MaxPo präsentieren aktuelle Forschungsergebnisse aus Wirtschaftssoziologie, politischer Ökonomie und Wirtschaftsgeschichte. Sie gehen aus Forschungsprojekten des MaxPo und seinen Partnerinstitutionen, aus gemeinsamen Forschungsprojekten sowie aus Arbeiten seiner Gäste hervor. Das MaxPo hat seinen Sitz in Paris.

Bücher - Monografien und Herausgeberbände

The Future of the World: Futurology, Futurists, and the Struggle for the Post Cold War Imagination. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.
Civil Society and Financial Regulation: Consumer Finance Protection and Taxation after the Financial Crisis. RIPE Series in Global Political Economy. London: Routledge, 2018.
Wages, Bonuses and Appropriation of Profit in the Financial Industry: The Working Rich. Routledge International Studies in Money and Banking, Band 86. London: Routledge, 2017.
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MaxPo Discussion Papers

Dewey, Matías, Cornelia Woll, Lucas Ronconi
The Political Economy of Law Enforcement. MaxPo Discussion Paper 21/1. Paris: MaxPo, 2021.
Godechot, Olivier, Nils Neumann, Paula Apascaritei, István Boza, Martin Hällsten, Lasse Henriksen, Are Hermansen, Feng Hou, Jiwook Jung, Naomi Kodama, Alena Křížková, Zoltán Lippényi, Elvira Marta, Silvia Maja Melzer, Eunmi Mun, Halil Sabanci, Matthew Soener, Max Thaning
Ups and Downs in Finance, Ups without Downs in Inequality. MaxPo Discussion Paper 21/2. Paris: MaxPo, 2021.
Semken, Christoph, Colin Hay
Gauging the Gravity of the Situation: The Use and Abuse of Expertise in Estimating the Economic Costs of Brexit. MaxPo Discussion Paper 21/3. Paris: MaxPo, 2021.
The Ambiguous Consensus on Fiscal Rules: How Ideational Ambiguity Has Facilitated Social Democratic Parties’ Support of Structural Deficit Rules in the Eurozone. MaxPo Discussion Paper 20/4. Paris: MaxPo, 2020.
Ferragina, Emanuele, Andrew Zola
An Obituary for Austerity Narratives? An Experimental Analysis of Public Opinion Shifts and Class Dynamics during the Covid-19 Crisis. MaxPo Discussion Paper 20/5. Paris: MaxPo, 2020.
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