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 Researchers at the MPI for the Study of Societies

Dr. Manolis Kalaitzake

Dr. Manolis Kalaitzake
Postdoctoral Researcher
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Paulstr. 3 | 50676 Cologne | Germany
Phone: +49 221 2767-508
Fax: +49 221 2767-555

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Research Interests

Comparative/international political economy; economic sociology; business and political power; financial markets and regulation; financialization; central banking; European Union

Research Projects

Selected Publications

Kalaitzake, Manolis. 2020. "Brexit for Finance? Structural Interdependence as a Source of Financial Political Power within UK-EU Withdrawal Negotiations." Review of International Political Economy, published online March 6, 2020.  
Kalaitzake, Manolis. 2019. "Accounting for Success: The Big Four as Allies of Finance in Post Crisis Regulatory Reform." Business and Politics 21 (3), 297–326 (2019).  
Kalaitzake, Manolis. 2018. "Central Banking and Financial Political Power: An Investigation into the European Central Bank." Competition and Change, published online November 15, 2018.  
Lynch, Kathleen, and Manolis Kalaitzake. 2018. " Affective and Calculative Solidarity: The Impact of Individualism and Neoliberal Capitalism." European Journal of Social Theory, published online July 25, 2018.  
Kalaitzake, Manolis. 2017. "The Political Power of Finance: The Institute of International Finance in the Greek Debt Crisis." Politics & Society 45 (3), 389-413.  
Kalaitzake, Manolis. 2017. " Death by a Thousand Cuts? Financial Political Power and the Case of the European Financial Transaction Tax." New Political Economy 22 (6): 709-726.



March 2019-present Postdoctoral Researcher, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne
2015-2019 Postdoctoral Fellow, Equality Studies Centre, University College Dublin, Ireland
2015 PhD, Sociology, University College Dublin
2010-2015 Doctoral Researcher, School of Sociology, University College Dublin, Ireland
2007-2008 MA, Globalization, School of Law and Government, Dublin City University, Ireland
2000-2003 BA, English and Philosophy, University College Cork, Ireland


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