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  1. 2017
  2. Voskeritsian, H., Veliziotis, M., Kapotas, P., & Kornelakis, A. (2017). Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Social Partners and Reforms in the Wage-Setting System in Greece under Austerity. (Hellenic Observatory Discussion Papers). London.
  3. Stockhammer, E., & Wildauer, R. (2017). Expenditure Cascades, Low Interest Rates or Property Booms? Determinants of Household Debt in OECD Countries. (Economics Discussion Papers). Kingston upon Thames, U.K.: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University.
  4. Bailey, K., Shantz, A., Brione, P., Yarlagadda, R., & Zheltoukhova, K. (2017). Purposeful leadership: what is it, what causes it, and does it matter? Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
  5. Karwowski, E., Shabani, M., & Stockhammer, E. (2017). Financialization: Dimensions and determinants. A cross-country study. (Economics Discussion Papers). Kingston upon Thames, U.K.: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University.
  6. Bressanelli, E., & Chelotti, N. (2017). Taming the European Parliament: how member states reformed economic governance in the EU. Florence: European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies.
  7. Eibl, M. F. (2017). The Political Economy of Energy Subsidies in Egypt and Tunisia: The Untold Story. (OIES Paper). Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.
  8. De Coulon, A., Hedge, S., Nafilyan, V. L., & Speckesser, S. (2017). Young people in low level vocational education: characteristics, trajectories and labour market outcomes. (CVER Discussion Paper Series; No. 4). Centre for Vocational Education Research.
  9. 2016
  10. Karwowski, E., & Stockhammer, E. (2016). Financialisation in Emerging Economies: A Systematic Overview and Comparison with Anglo-Saxon Economies. (Economics Discussion Papers). Kingston upon Thames, U.K.: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University.
  11. Jenkins, A., & Wolf, A. M. (2016). What's in a name? The effect of brand on English universities' fees. (Dept of Social Science Working papers UCL Institute of Education).
  12. Constantine, C., Reissl, S., & Stockhammer, E. (2016). Neoliberalism, trade imbalances and economic policy in the Eurozone crisis. (Economics Discussion Papers). Kingston upon Thames, U.K.: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University.
  13. Dodman, D., Goosen, H. J., Rusca, M., & Colenbrander, S. (2016). African Urbanisation and Urbanism: Implications for risk accumulation and reduction. (Urban Africa Risk Knowledge; Vol. Working Paper #10 ).
  14. Costa-Font, J., & Parmar, D. (2016). Political agency and public healthcare: Evidence from India. Helsinki: United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research. https://doi.org/10.35188/UNU-WIDER/
  15. Eibl, M. F., & Malik, A. (2016). The Politics of Partial Liberalization: Cronyism and Non-Tariff Protection in Mubarak's Egypt. (CSAE Working Paper). Centre for the Study of African Economies.
  16. 2015
  17. Stockhammer, E., Durand, C., & List, L. (2015). Growth models and working class restructuring before the crisis. (Economics Discussion Paper). Kingston upon Thames, U.K.: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University.
  18. Stockhammer, E., & Wildauer, R. (2015). Debt-driven growth? Wealth, distribution and demand in OECD countries. (Economics Discussion Paper). Kingston upon Thames, U.K.: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University.
  19. Mackenzie, J., Sainudin, R., Smithies, J., & Wolffram, H. (2015). A nonparametric view of the civilizing process in London’s Old Bailey. Christchurch, N.Z.
  20. Borner, L. M. (2015). Time for Growth. (LSE Economic History Working Papers ; Vol. 2015, No. 222). London School of Economics.
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