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Journal Article (1505)

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Kohl, S.: Too Much Mortgage Debt? The Effect of Housing Financialization on Housing Supply and Residential Capital Formation. Socio-Economic Review (published online September 30) (2020)
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Suckert, L.: Hütet euch vor den Zeitdieben! WirtschaftsWoche (40), pp. 44 - 45 (2020)
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van der Heide, A.: Making Financial Uncertainty Count: Unit‐Linked Insurance, Investment and the Individualisation of Financial Risk in British Life Insurance. British Journal of Sociology (published online September 11) (2020)
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Lynch, K.; Kalaitzake, M.; Crean, M.: Care and Affective Relations: Social Justice and Sociology. The Sociological Review (published online September 10) (2020)
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Elsässer, L.; Hense, S.; Schäfer, A.: Not Just Money: Unequal Responsiveness in Egalitarian Democracies. Journal of European Public Policy (published online August 14) (2020)
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Wansleben, L.: Capitalization and its Legal Friends. Accounting, Economics, and Law (published online August 12) (2020)
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Bulfone, F.; Tassinari, A.: Under Pressure: Economic Constraints, Electoral Politics and Labour Market Reforms in Southern Europe in the Decade of the Great Recession. European Journal of Political Research (published online August 7) (2020)
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Neimanns, E.; Busemeyer, M. R.: Class Politics in the Sandbox? An Analysis of the Socio‐Economic Determinants of Preferences Towards Public Spending and Parental Fees for Childcare. Social Policy & Administration (published online July 20) (2020)
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Wansleben, L.: Divisions of Regulatory Labor, Institutional Closure, and Structural Secrecy in New Regulatory States: The Case of Neglected Liquidity Risks in Market‐Based Banking. Regulation & Governance (published online July 16) (2020)
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Beckert, J.: Nur vor dem Virus sind alle gleich. Der Spiegel (28, 4.7.2020), pp. 72 - 74 (2020)
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Thiemann, M.; Melches, C. R.; Ibrocevic, E.: Measuring and Mitigating Systemic Risks: How the Forging of New Alliances between Central Bank and Academic Economists Legitimize the Transnational Macroprudential Agenda. Review of International Political Economy (published online June 30) (2020)
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Carter, E.: Desperately Seeking Happy Chickens: Producer Dynamics and Consumer Politics in Quality Agricultural Supply Chains. International Journal of Social Economics (published online June 2) (2020)
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Koutsimpogiorgos, N.; van Slageren, J.; Herrmann, A. M.; Frenken, K.: Conceptualizing the Gig Economy and Its Regulatory Problems. Policy & Internet (published online May 2) (2020)
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Dobeson, A.; Kohl, S.: Why Durability Matters? Towards a Comparative Economic Sociology of Market Organization. European Journal of Sociology (published online April 23) (2020)
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Arslantaş, D.; Arslantaş, Ş.: How Does Clientelism Foster Electoral Dominance? Evidence from Turkey. Asian Journal of Comparative Politics (published online April 22) (2020)
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MacKenzie, D.; Hardie, I.; Rommerskirchen, C.; van der Heide, A.: Why Hasn't High-Frequency Trading Swept the Board? Shares, Sovereign Bonds and the Politics of Market Structure. Review of International Political Economy (published online March 30) (2020)
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Braun, B.; Krampf, A.; Murau, S.: Financial Globalization as Positive Integration: Monetary Technocrats and the Eurodollar Market in the 1970s. Review of International Political Economy (published online March 22) (2020)
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Reurink, A.; Garcia-Bernardo, J.: Competing for Capitals: The Great Fragmentation of the Firm and Varieties of FDI Attraction Profiles in the European Union. Review of International Political Economy (published online March 19) (2020)
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Bremer, B.; Matthijs, M.: The Coronavirus Is Reducing Merkel’s EU Legacy to Ashes. Foreign Policy (published online March 17) (2020)
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Kalaitzake, M.: 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)
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