Project Area
Sociology of Markets


 

Introduction to "Sociology of Markets"
Jens Beckert
 

Fundamentals

How Are Markets Possible?
Jens Beckert
 

The Order of Markets

Sociology of Competition
Timur Ergen and Sebastian Kohl
 
The Political Economy of the Private Insurance Industry
Sebastian Kohl
 
Political Economy of Housing
Sebastian Kohl
 

The Future in Economic Action

Fictional Expectations and Capitalist Dynamics
Jens Beckert
 
Fictional Expectations in Organizations
Jens Beckert
 
The Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis
Jens Beckert with H. Lukas R. Arndt
 
How to Study the Future
Jens Beckert and Lisa Suckert
 
Central Banking Beyond Inflation
Benjamin Braun
 
The Politics of Deindustrialization
Timur Ergen
 
Working Fictions of Money
Guadalupe Moreno
 
Market Design as Centralized Planning?
Georg Rilinger
 
Brexit: Futures Drifting Apart
Lisa Suckert
 
Imagining the Future in the Face of Crisis
Lisa Suckert
 

Wealth and Social Inequality

The Political Economy of Asset Manager Capitalism
Benjamin Braun
 
Wealth in Germany
NN
 



 

Project Area
Political Economy of Growth Models


 

Introduction to "Political Economy of Growth Models"
Lucio Baccaro
 
The Political Economy of Growth Models
Lucio Baccaro
 
Rethinking Comparative Capitalism
Lucio Baccaro, Mark Blyth (Brown University), and Jonas Pontusson (University of Geneva)
 
Making Sense of Italy’s Stagnation
Lucio Baccaro and Massimo D’Antoni (University of Siena)
 
Preferences for Growth Models: Evidence from a New Survey
Lucio Baccaro, Björn Bremer, Kostas Gemenis, and Erik Neimanns
 
The Euro in the Time of Covid-19
Lucio Baccaro, Björn Bremer, and Erik Neimanns
 
Political Economy of Export-Led Growth
Lucio Baccaro and Martin Höpner
 
Who Wants Wage Moderation?
Lucio Baccaro and Erik Neimanns
 
Political Aspects of Macroeconomic Policies and Growth Models
Björn Bremer
 
Voting Advice Applications
Kostas Gemenis
 
Operationalizing Hegemony
Sinisa Hadziabdic
 
Historical Database of Party Manifestos
Sebastian Kohl and Kostas Gemenis
 
Growth Models and the Role of Government Coalition Making
Erik Neimanns
 



 

Project Area
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
 
European Economic and Monetary Integration
Martin Höpner
 
New Forms of Industrial Policy at the EU Peripheries
Fabio Bulfone
 
Political Economy of Public Sector Wage Setting
Donato Di Carlo
 
The Paradigm Shift of EU Cohesion Policy
Annika Holz (doctoral project)
 



 

Project Area
Research Group on the Sociology of Public Finances and Debt


 

Introduction to "Sociology of Public Finances and Debt"
Leon Wansleben
 
The Public Investment Crisis
Leon Wansleben
 
Governing Financialization
Leon Wansleben
 
Automating Markets for European Sovereign Debt
Arjen van der Heide
 



 

Project Area
IMPRS-SPCE Doctoral Program: Dissertation Projects


 

The Role of the Super-Rich in the Transnational Capitalist Class
H. Lukas R. Arndt
 
Making Mobility a Market
Sandhya A.S
 
Illegal Subcontracting Practices in Low-End Sectors
Monica Bolelli
 
Gendered Influences on Labor Market Policies in Turkey
Elifcan Çelebi
 
Multilevel Dynamics of Social Movements in the Global South
Laura Gerken
 
The Politics of Knowledge in Global Climate Governance
Andrés López Rivera
 
Populist Contagion in the House of Commons
Ebru Ece Özbey
 
Economic Interactions in Undocumented Migration to Europe
Hannah Pool
 
Politics of the German Growth Regime
Mischa Stratenwerth
 
Social Integration of Minority Students in Schools
Agnes Tarnowski
 



 

Project Area
Emeriti Projects


 

Changes in the Relationship between Politics and Economics
Renate Mayntz
 
Studies on the Political Economy of European Integration
Fritz W. Scharpf
 
The Crisis of Contemporary Capitalism
Wolfgang Streeck
 
Social Norms and Legal Norms at Work
Wolfgang Streeck and Ruth Dukes (University of Glasgow)
 



 

Project Area
Other Projects


 

Child Protection in Comparative Perspective
Ipek Göçmen
 



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