MaxPo Publications

Publications by Visiting Researchers and Guests


Massoc, Elsa. 2017. "Taxing Stock Transfers in the First Golden Age of Financial Capitalism: Political Salience and the Limits on the Power of Finance." Socio-Economic Review, published online October 30, 2017. DOI: 10.1093/ser/mwx039.


Massoc, Elsa. 2017. "Differentiated Enforcement of Banks' Capital Requirements." Berkeley Public Policy Journal, Spring 2017, 86-95.



Barnard, Alex V. 2016. Freegans: Diving into the Wealth of Food Waste in the United States. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.


Chauvin, Sébastian and Bruno Cousin. 2016. "The Symbolic Dimension of Social Capital: Social Clubs and Rotary Clubs in Milan." In: Cities and the Super-Rich: Real Estate, Elite Practices and Urban Political Economies. Ray Forrest/Bart Wissink and Sin Yee Koh (eds.). Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.


Fligstein, Neil and Jacob Habinek. 2016. "How the American Financial Meltdown of 2008 Caused the Global Financial Crisis". In: The Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation and Reform. Ismail Ertürk and Daniela Gabor (eds.). Routledge, forthcoming.


Fligstein, Neil and Alexander Roehrkasse. 2016. "The Causes of Fraud in Financial Crises: Evidence from the Mortgage-Backed Securities Industry." American Sociological Review, forthcoming, 2016.


Polyakova, Alina and Neil Fligstein. 2016. "Is European Integration Causing Europe to Become More Nationalist? Evidence from the 2007-09 Financial Crisis." Journal of European Public Policy 23(1): 60–83.


Imbrogno, Anthony. 2016. "The Founding of the European Council: Economic Reform and the Mechanism of Continuous Negotiation." Journal of European Integration 38(6): 719-736.



Chauvin, Sébastian and Bruno Cousin. 2015. "Vers une hyper-bourgeoisie mondialisée?" Pp 148–154, in: Un monde d’inégalités: l’État du monde 2016. Bertrand Badie and Dominique Vidal (eds.). Paris: La Découverte.


Lutter, Mark. 2015. "Do Women Suffer from Network Closure? The Moderating Effect of Social Capital on Gender Inequality in a Project-Based Labor Market, 1929 to 2010." American Sociological Review 80(2): 329–358.


MacKenzie, Donald. 2015. "Mechanizing the Merc: The Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Rise of High-Frequency Trading." Technology and Culture 56(3): 646–675.


Tomaskovic-Devey, Donald, Martin Hällsten and Dustin Avent-Holt: "Where Do Immigrants Fare Worse? Modeling Workplace Wage Gap Variation with Longitudinal Employer–Employee Data." American Journal of Sociology 120(4): 1095–1143.


Tomaskovic-Devey, Donald, Ken-Hou Lin and Nathan P. Meyers. 2015. "Did Financialization Reduce Economic Growth?" Socio-Economic Review 13(3): 525–548.


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