MaxPo Discussion Paper Series, Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies (MaxPo)

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 15 of 15
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2018 Destabilizing orders - Understanding the consequences of neoliberalism. Proceedings of the MaxPo Fifth-Anniversary Conference, Paris, January 12-13, 2018Andersson, Jenny; Godechot, Olivier
2017 Explaining variation in public debt: A quantitative analysis of the effects of governanceEisl, Andreas
2016 Economic discourse and the European integration of financial infrastructures and financial marketsKrarup, Troels
2016 The power of weak interests in financial reforms: Explaining the creation of a US consumer agencyKastner, Lisa
2016 How to make a deal: The role of rankings and personal ties in creating trust in the M&A marketBoussard, Valérie; Godechot, Olivier; Woloszko, Nicolas
2015 Financialization is marketization! A study on the respective impact of various dimensions of financialization on the increase in global inequalityGodechot, Olivier
2015 A relationship and a practice: On the French sociology of creditLacan, Laure; Lazarus, Jeanne
2015 Politics in the interest of capital: A not-so-organized combatWoll, Cornelia
2014 The chance of influence: A natural experiment on the role of social capital in academic hiringGodechot, Olivier
2014 Governance by labelsBergeron, Henri; Castel, Patrick; Dubuisson-Quellier, Sophie
2014 The superiority of economistsFourcade, Marion; Ollion, Etienne; Algan, Yann
2013 Transnational civil society and the consumer-friendly turn in financial regulationKastner, Lisa
2013 Moral categories in the financial crisisFourcade, Marion; Steiner, Philippe; Streeck, Wolfgang; Woll, Cornelia
2013 Le salaire dépend-il du sexe du supérieur?Godechot, Olivier
2013 Should we clash or should we go? The impact of low wage and bad working conditions on the exit-voice trade-offGodechot, Olivier; Salibekyan, Zinaida
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