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. The series also includes articles by visiting scholars that originate during their stay at the Institute.

The Max Planck Society promotes open access and seeks to make research results freely available. Thanks to the MPG's growing number of centrally contracted open access agreements and use of the second publication right, the majority of MPIfG Journal Articles are available here as publicly accessible PDF versions. Authors can usually also provide a version of a text on request.

Bremer, Björn, Marius R. Busemeyer
Fiscal Policy Preferences, Trade-Offs, and Support for Social Investment. In: Journal of Public Policy, published online May 27, 2022.
No Strings Attached: Corporate Welfare, State Intervention, and the Issue of Conditionality. In: Competition & Change, published online May 17, 2022.
Firm Foundations: The Statistical Footprint of Multinational Corporations as a Problem for Political Economy. In: Competition & Change, published online May 17, 2022.
Bremer, Björn, Line Rennwald
Who Still Likes Social Democracy? The Support Base of Social Democratic Parties Reconsidered. In: Party Politics, published online May 12, 2022.
Conceptual Limits of Performativity: Assessing the Feasibility of Market Design Blueprints. In: Socio-Economic Review, published online March 29, 2022.
Industrial Policy and Comparative Political Economy: A Literature Review and Research Agenda. In: Competition & Change, published online March 25, 2022.
Durable Wealth: Institutions, Mechanisms, and Practices of Wealth Perpetuation. In: Annual Review of Sociology, published online February 17, 2022.
Discursive Multivocality: How the Proliferation of Economic Language Can Undermine the Political Influence of Economists. In: Socio-Economic Review, published online February 11, 2022.
Beyond Neo-Corporatism: State Employers and the Special-Interest Politics of Public Sector Wage-Setting. In: Journal of European Public Policy, published online February 9, 2022.
Bremer, Björn, Reto Bürgisser
Public Opinion on Welfare State Recalibration in Times of Austerity: Evidence from Survey Experiments. In: Political Science Research and Methods, published online February 3, 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, published online January 22, 2022.
Bremer, Björn, Reto Bürgisser
Do Citizens Care About Government Debt? Evidence from Survey Experiments on Budgetary Priorities. In: European Journal of Political Research, published online January 11, 2022.
Günther, Wolfgang, Martin Höpner
Why Does Germany Abstain from Statutory Bargaining Extensions? Explaining the Exceptional German Erosion of Collective Wage Bargaining. In: Economic and Industrial Democracy, published online January 6, 2022.
Who Wants Wage Moderation? Trade Exposure, Export-Led Growth, and the Irrelevance of Bargaining Structure. In: West European Politics 45(6), 2022, 1257–1282.
The Politics of Growth Models. In: Review of Keynesian Economics 10(2), 2022, 204–221.
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