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MPIfG Discussion Papers sind begutachtete Aufsätze aus der Forschung des MPIfG, die zu aktuellen wissenschaftlichen und gesellschaftlichen Debatten beitragen.
 
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Korom, Philipp
Inherited Advantage: The Importance of Inheritance for Private Wealth Accumulation in Europe. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/11. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Reurink, Arjan
From Elite Lawbreaking to Financial Crime: The Evolution of the Concept of White-Collar Crime. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/10. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Engwicht, Nina
After Blood Diamonds: The Moral Economy of Illegality in the Sierra Leonean Diamond Market. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/9. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Beckert, Jens, H. Lukas R. Arndt
Unverdientes Vermögen oder illegitimer Eingriff in das Eigentumsrecht? Der öffentliche Diskurs um die Erbschaftssteuer in Deutschland und Österreich. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/8. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Daoud, Adel, Sebastian Kohl
How Much Do Sociologists Write About Economic Topics? Using Big Data to Test Some Conventional Views in Economic Sociology, 1890 to 2014. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/7. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Bronk, Richard, Wade Jacoby
Uncertainty and the Dangers of Monocultures in Regulation, Analysis, and Practice. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/6. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Reurink, Arjan
Financial Fraud: A Literature Review. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/5. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Mayntz, Renate
Illegal Markets: Boundaries and Interfaces between Legality and Illegality. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/4. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Elsässer, Lea, Armin Schäfer
Group Representation for the Working Class? Opinion Differences among Occupational Groups in Germany. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/3. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Dewey, Matías
Porous Borders: The Study of Illegal Markets from a Sociological Perspective. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/2. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.
Haffert, Lukas
Permanent Budget Surpluses as a Fiscal Regime. MPIfG Discussion Paper 16/1. Köln: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung, 2016.

 

 
Martin Höpner und Alexander Spielau
Diskretionäre Wechselkursregime: Erfahrungen aus dem Europäischen Währungssystem, 1979–1998. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/11.
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Aleksandra Maatsch
Empowered or Disempowered? The Role of National Parliaments during the Reform of European Economic Governance. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/10.
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Elizabeth Carter
Constructing Quality: Producer Power, Market Organization, and the Politics of High Value-Added Markets. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/9.
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Philipp Korom, Mark Lutter, and Jens Beckert
The Enduring Importance of Family Wealth: Evidence from the Forbes 400, 1982 to 2013. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/8.
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Ariane Leendertz
Das Komplexitätssyndrom: Gesellschaftliche "Komplexität" als intellektuelle und politische Herausforderung in den 1970er-Jahren. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/7.
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Martin Höpner and Bojan Jurczyk
How the Eurobarometer Blurs the Line between Research and Propaganda. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/6.
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Adel Daoud, Björn Halleröd, and Debarati Guha Sapir
Quality of Government and the Relationship between Natural Disasters and Child Poverty: A Comparative Analysis. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/5.
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Barbara Fulda
Culture’s Influence: Regionally Differing Social Milieus and Variations in Fertility Rates. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/4.
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Thomas Paster
Bringing Power Back In: A Review of the Literature on the Role of Business in Welfare State Politics. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/3.
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Stefan Svallfors
Politics as Organized Combat: New Players and New Rules of the Game in Sweden. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/2.
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Wolfgang Streeck
The Rise of the European Consolidation State. MPIfG Discussion Paper 15/1.
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Fritz W. Scharpf
After the Crash: A Perspective on Multilevel European Democracy. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/21.
New source: European Law Journal 21(3), 2015, 384–405.
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Frank Wehinger
Falsche Werte: Nachfrage nach Modeplagiaten. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/20.
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Mark Lutter and Martin Schröder
Who Becomes a Tenured Professor, and Why? Panel Data Evidence from German Sociology, 1980–2013. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/19.
New Source: Research Policy 45(5), 2016, 999–1013.
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Matías Dewey
Taxing the Shadow: The Political Economy of Sweatshops in La Salada, Argentina. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/ 18.
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Wolfgang Streeck and Lea Elsässer
Monetary Disunion: The Domestic Politics of Euroland. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/17.
New Source: Journal of European Public Policy 23(1), 1–24.
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Daniel Kinderman
Challenging Varieties of Capitalism's Account of Business Interests: The New Social Market Initiative and German Employers' Quest for Liberalization, 2000–2014. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/ 16.
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Alison Johnston and Aidan Regan
European Integration and the Incompatibility of National Varieties of Capitalism: Problems with Institutional Divergence in a Monetary Union. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/15.
New Source: Journal of Common Market Studies 54(2), 2016, 318–336.
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Martin Höpner and Mark Lutter
One Currency and Many Modes of Wage Formation: Why the Eurozone Is Too Heterogeneous for the Euro. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/14.
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Dominic Akyel
Ökonomisierung und moralischer Wandel: Die Ausweitung von Marktbeziehungen als Prozess der moralischen Bewertung von Gütern. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/13.
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Michael A. McCarthy
Neoliberalism without Neoliberals: Evidence from the Rise of 401(k) Retirement Plans. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/12.
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Mark Lutter
Creative Success and Network Embeddedness: Explaining Critical Recognition of Film Directors in Hollywood, 1900–2010. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/11.
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Damien Krichewsky
The Socially Responsible Company as a Strategic Second-Order Observer: An Indian Case. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/10.
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Josef Hien
The Return of Religion? The Paradox of Faith-Based Welfare Provision in a Secular Age. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/9.
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Martin Höpner
Wie der Europäische Gerichtshof und die Kommission Liberalisierung durchsetzen: Befunde aus der MPIfG-Forschungsgruppe zur Politischen Ökonomie der europäischen Integration. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/8.
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Jens Beckert
Capitalist Dynamics: Fictional Expectations and the Openness of the Future. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/7.
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Matías Dewey
Crisis and the Emergence of Illicit Markets: A Pragmatist View on Economic Action outside the Law. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14 /6.
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Sabrina Zajak
Pathways of Transnational Activism: A Conceptual Framework. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/5. Abstract
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Fritz W. Scharpf
No Exit from the Euro-Rescuing Trap? MPIfG Discussion Paper 14 /4.
New Source: Volker Schneider and Burkard Eberlein (eds.), Complex Democracy: Varieties, Crises, and Transformations. Konstanz: Springer, 2015, 135–154.
 
Renate Mayntz
Markt oder Staat? Kooperationsprobleme in der Europäischen Union. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/3.
Neue Quelle: Leviathan 42(2), 2014, 292–304.
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Jens Beckert, Jörg Rössel and Patrick Schenk
Wine as a Cultural Product: Symbolic Capital and Price Formation in the Wine Field. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/2.
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Sabrina Zajak
Europe Meets Asia: The Transnational Construction of Access and Voice from Below. MPIfG Discussion Paper 14/1.
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Lukas Haffert and Philip Mehrtens
From Austerity to Expansion? Consolidation, Budget Surpluses, and the Decline of Fiscal Capacity. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/16.
New source: Politics and Society 43(1), 2015, 119–148.
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Fritz W. Scharpf
Political Legitimacy in a Non-optimal Currency Area. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/15.
New source: Olaf Cramme and Sara B. Hobolt (eds.), Democratic Politics in a European Union Under Stress. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, 19–47.
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Helen Callaghan und Alexandra Hees
Wirtschaftsnationalismus im Wandel der Zeit: Der politische Diskurs um ausländische Unternehmensübernahmen in Großbritannien seit den 1950er-Jahren. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/14.
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Inga Rademacher
Tax Competition in the Eurozone: Capital Mobility, Agglomeration, and the Small Country Disadvantage. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/13.
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Olga Malets
The Effectiveness of Trans­national Non-state Governance: The Role of Domestic Regulations and Compliance Assessment in Practice. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/12.
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Renate Mayntz
Financial Market Regulation in the Shadow of the Sovereign Debt Crisis. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/11.
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Aldo Madariaga
Mechanisms of Institutional Continuity in Neoliberal "Success Stories": Developmental Regimes in Chile and Estonia. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/10.
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Mark Lutter
Is There a Closure Penalty? Cohesive Network Structures, Diversity, and Gender Inequalities in Career Advancement. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/9.
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Simone Schiller-Merkens
Framing Moral Markets: The Cultural Legacy of Social Movements in an Emerging Market Category. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/8.
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Wolfgang Streeck
The Politics of Public Debt: Neoliberalism, Capitalist Development, and the Restructuring of the State. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/7.
New source: German Economic Review 15(1), 2014, 143–165.
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Francesco Boldizzoni
On History and Policy: Time in the Age of Neoliberalism. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/6.
New source: Journal of the Philosophy of History 9(1), 2015, 4–17.
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Martin Höpner
Die Verschiedenheit der europäischen Lohnregime und ihr Beitrag zur Eurokrise: Warum der Euro nicht zum heterogenen Unterbau der Eurozone passt. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/5.
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Helen Callaghan
Who Cares about Financialization? Explaining the Decline in Political Salience of Active Markets for Corporate Control. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/4.
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New source: Socio-economic Review. Oxford: Oxford University Press 13(2), 2015, 331–350.
 
Maria Markantonatou
Diagnosis, Treatment, and Effects of the Crisis in Greece: A "Special Case" or a "Test Case"? MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/3.
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Renate Mayntz
Erkennen, was die Welt zusammenhält: Die Finanzmarktkrise als Herausforderung für die soziologische Systemtheorie. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/2.
Neue Quelle: Martina Löw (Hg.), Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt. Frankfurt a.M.: Campus, 2014, 95–114.
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Philipp Degens
Alternative Geldkonzepte – ein Literaturbericht. MPIfG Discussion Paper 13/1.
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