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MaxPo Publications

MaxPo research is published in several formats: The MaxPo Discussion Paper series presents recent results from research undertaken at MaxPo or its partner institutions; MaxPo Books are monographs or edited volumes by MaxPo researchers; and MaxPo Journal Articles are articles published by MaxPo researchers in peer-reviewed scholarly journals. Other publications by MaxPo researchers include book chapters, essays, and other writings by MaxPo researchers and visiting researchers during their time at the Center.


Recently published

2020 | 2019


Godechot, Olivier, Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, Anthony Rainey, Dustin Avent-Holt, Nina Bandelj, István Boza, David Cort, Gergely Hajdu, Martin Hällsten, Lasse Folke Henriksen, Are Skeie Hermansen, Feng Hou, Jiwook Jung, Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrčela, Joe King, Naomi Kodama, Tali Kristal, Alena Křížková, Zoltán Lippényi, Silvia Maja Melzer, Eunmi Mun, Andrew Penner, Trond Petersen, Andreja Poje, Mirna Safi, Max Thaning, and Zaibu Tufail. 2020. Rising Between-Workplace Inequalities in High-Income Countries. PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, published online April 13, 2020.


Kaczmarczyk, Patrick. 2020. Growth Models and the Footprint of Transnational Capital. MaxPo Discussion Paper 20/2. Paris: Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies.


Lin, Ken-Hou, and Megan Tobias Neely. 2020. Divested: Inequality in the Age of Finance. New York: Oxford University Press.


Preunkert, Jenny. 2020. Primary Dealer Systems in the European Union. MaxPo Discussion Paper 20/1. Paris: Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies.



Chiriboga-Tejada, Andrés. 2019. Una aproximación sociológica sobre dolarización y cultura en el Ecuador. In Dolarización: dos décadas después, edited by Mateo Villalba. Quito: CONGOPE-Abya-Yala, 111-162. [Translation: A sociological approach to dollarization and culture in Ecuador. In Dollarization: Two decades later.]


Chiriboga-Tejada, Andrés. 2019. La gestion de la liquidité dans l’économie du Bien Vivre. Crisol 9, "Le bien vivre" (Buen vivir) en Équateur: alternative au développement ou développement alternatif?," published online August 22, 2019.


Eisl, Andreas. 2019. [Book review] Who Is Watching the Shadow Banks? About: Matthias Thiemann, The Growth of Shadow Banking, Cambridge University Press, 2018. books & ideas, published online 6 June 2019.


Godechot, Olivier. 2019. Moins de finance, moins d'inégalités? Dix ans après la crise. COGITO − Le magazine de la recherche, published online November 15, 2019.


Godechot, Olivier. 2019. Conclusion: What Finance Manufactures, in: Isabelle Chambost, Marc Lenglet, and Yamina Tadjeddine (eds.), The Making of Finance: Perspectives from the Social Sciences. London: Routledge, 270−282.


Godechot, Olivier, and Zinaida Salibekyan. 2019. Should We Clash or Should I Go? The Impact of Low Wage and Poor Working Conditions on the Exit‐Voice Trade‐Off. Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, published online May 14, 2019.


Godechot, Olivier, Joanne Horton, and Yuval Millo. 2019. Structural Exchange Pays Off: Reciprocity in Boards and Executive Compensations in US Firms (1990–2015). MaxPo Discussion Paper 19/1. Paris: Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies.


Gorbach, Denys. 2019. Underground Waterlines: Explaining Political Quiescence of Ukrainian Labor Unions. Focaal - Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology, published online June 1, 2019.


Koddenbrock, Kai, and Ndongo Samba Sylla. 2019. Towards a Political Economy of Monetary Dependency: The Case of the CFA Franc in West Africa. MaxPo Discussion Paper 19/2. Paris: Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies.


Krarup, Troels. 2019. Money and the "Level Playing Field": The Epistemic Problem of European Financial Market Integration. New Political Economy, published online November 4, 2019.


Krarup, Troels. 2019. The Collateral Liquidity Problem in Contemporary Finance and the Resurrection of Quantity Theory. Competition & Change, published online April 23, 2019.


Krarup, Troels. 2019. "Ordo" versus "Ordnung": Catholic or Lutheran Roots of German Ordoliberal Economic Theory? International Review of Economics, published online April 6, 2019.


Krarup, Troels. 2019. Between Competition and Centralization: The New Infrastructures of European Finance. Economy and Society 48 (1), 107−126.


Krarup, Troels. 2019. German Political and Economic Ideology in the Twentieth Century and Its Theological Problems: The Lutheran Genealogy of Ordoliberalism. European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology, published online February 12, 2019.


Soener, Matthew. 2019. Profiting in a Warming World: Investigating the Link Between Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Capitalist Profitability in OECD States. Sociological Forum, published online 1 October 2019.


Bartley, Tim, Matthew Soener, and Carl Gershenson. 2019. Power at a Distance: Organizational Power across Boundaries. Sociology Compass, published online 10 September 2019.


Soener, Matthew, and Michael Nau. 2019. Citadels of Privilege: The Rise of LLCs, LPs and Theperpetuation of Elite Power in America. Economy and Society, published online 25 September 2019.


Taillandier, Apolline. 2019. Lectures et langages du transhumanisme. Raisons politiques 2019/2 (74), 73−81.


Bourgeron, Théo, and Apolline Taillandier. 2019. Entretien avec Marion Fourcade: "La classification, c’est de la morale!". Revue française de socio-économie 2019/1 (22), 205−215.


Woll, Cornelia. 2019. La finance: un défi politique et social. COGITO − Le magazine de la recherche, published online November 15, 2019.


Woll, Cornelia. 2019. Corporate Power Beyond Lobbying. American Affairs III (3), 38−55


Woll, Cornelia. 2019. Corporate Tax Justice. G7 Magazine − Global Briefing Report, Biarritz, August 24−26, 2019.


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