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Volume 21, issue 01, 2019

U.S. Foreign Policy and the Governance of Finance pp. 1-26 Downloads
Kathryn C. Lavelle
The revolution in federal procurement, 1980–present pp. 27-52 Downloads
Andrew J. Taylor
Baumol's cost disease and the withering of the state pp. 53-85 Downloads
Joshua Semat, David Lowery, Suzanne Linn and William D. Berry
Financial structure and the development of domestic bond markets in emerging economies pp. 86-112 Downloads
Iain Hardie and Lena Rethel
Neither synthesis nor rivalry: Complementary policy models and technological learning in the Mexican and Brazilian petroleum and automotive industries pp. 113-144 Downloads
Alberto Fuentes and Seth Pipkin

Volume 20, issue 04, 2018

Global interdependence in clean energy transitions pp. 467-491 Downloads
Jonas Meckling and Llewelyn Hughes
The political logics of clean energy transitions pp. 492-522 Downloads
Hanna Breetz, Matto Mildenberger and Leah Stokes
How robust is the renewable energy industry to political shocks? Evidence from the 2016 U.S. elections pp. 523-552 Downloads
Michaël Aklin
Opening new markets for clean energy: The role of project developers in the global diffusion of renewable energy technologies pp. 553-587 Downloads
Bjarne Steffen, Tyeler Matsuo, Davita Steinemann and Tobias S. Schmidt
Policy competition in clean technology: Scaling up or innovating up? pp. 588-614 Downloads
Llewelyn Hughes and Jonas Meckling
Industry type and environmental policy: Industry characteristics shape the potential for policymaking success in energy and the environment pp. 615-642 Downloads
Nina Kelsey
Ad hoc coalitions in the U.S. energy sector: Case studies in the gas, oil, and coal industries pp. 643-668 Downloads
Christian Downie

Volume 20, issue 03, 2018

SME resource acquisition in transition economies: power dependence and induced bribery pp. 331-359 Downloads
Karen Yuan Wang and Stewart R. Clegg
Sovereign credit and political survival in democracies pp. 360-389 Downloads
Matthew DiGiuseppe and Patrick E. Shea
Private banking and crony capitalism in Egypt pp. 390-409 Downloads
Ishac Diwan and Marc Schiffbauer
Regional competition, business politicians, and subnational fiscal policy pp. 410-437 Downloads
Leonardo Baccini, Quan Li, Irina Mirkina and Kristina Johnson
Pursuing foreign investment for nationalist goals: Venezuela's hybrid resource nationalism pp. 438-464 Downloads
Antulio Rosales
Private banking and crony capitalism in Egypt—CORRIGENDUM pp. 465-465 Downloads
Ishac Diwan and Marc Schiffbauer

Volume 20, issue 02, 2018

The structure of business preferences and Eurozone crisis policies pp. 165-207 Downloads
José Fernández Albertos and Alexander Kuo
The systemic causes of financial crises in the long nineteenth century pp. 208-238 Downloads
Heather Ba
Rent-seeking and firm value: Chinese evidence pp. 239-272 Downloads
Sihai Li, Huiying Wu and Xinfeng Jiang
Stakeholder scrutiny, urban bias, and the private provision of public goods pp. 273-300 Downloads
Elizabeth Chrun, Daniel Berliner and Aseem Prakash
Regulatory interpretation: regulators, regulated parties, and the courts pp. 301-328 Downloads
Gregory Randolph and James P. Fetzner
The strange case of pluralist lobbying in a corporatist setting: Defending Western business interests in China—ADDENDUM pp. 329-329 Downloads
Stefanie Weil

Volume 20, issue 01, 2018

Corporate Power Beyond the Political Arena: The case of the ‘Big Three’ and CAFE Standards pp. 1-37 Downloads
Terry Hathaway
The dissuasive effect of U.S. political influence on Chinese FDI during the “Going Global” policy era pp. 38-69 Downloads
Jing-Lin Duanmu and Francisco Urdinez
The strange case of pluralist lobbying in a corporatist setting: Defending Western business interests in China pp. 70-97 Downloads
Stefanie Weil
Corporate politicking, together: trade association ties, lobbying, and campaign giving pp. 98-131 Downloads
Michael S. Kowal
Influencing trade policy in a multi-level system—understanding corporate political activity in the context of global value chains and regime complexity pp. 132-164 Downloads
Louise Curran and Jappe Eckhardt

Volume 19, issue 04, 2017

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Limits on negotiating behind the border barriers pp. 549-572 Downloads
Vinod K. Aggarwal and Simon J. Evenett
From great power politics to a strategic vacuum: Origins and consequences of the TPP and TTIP pp. 573-592 Downloads
Melissa K. Griffith, Richard H. Steinberg and John Zysman
Resisting behind the border talks in TTIP: The cases of GMOs and data privacy pp. 593-620 Downloads
Vinod K. Aggarwal and Simon J. Evenett
Transatlantic convergence of preferential trade agreements environmental clauses pp. 621-658 Downloads
Jean-Frédéric Morin and Myriam Rochette
The Transatlantic Partnership Agreement: an American perspective pp. 659-682 Downloads
Claude Barfield
The puzzle of public opposition to TTIP in Germany pp. 683-708 Downloads
Alexsia T. Chan and Beverly K. Crawford
TTIP negotiations, policy convergence, and the transatlantic digital economy pp. 709-737 Downloads
Gaël Le Roux
Power in international trade politics: is ISDS a solution in search of a problem? pp. 738-757 Downloads
Andrew Reddie

Volume 19, issue 03, 2017

Data, development, and growth pp. 397-423 Downloads
Steven Weber
“And we would have the field”: U.S. Steel and American trade policy, 1908–1912 pp. 424-453 Downloads
Mark R. Brawley
“Dark Money” and “Dirty Politics”: Are anonymous ads more negative? pp. 454-481 Downloads
Daniel E. Chand
Public and private goods in the development of additive manufacturing capacity pp. 482-509 Downloads
Steven Samford, Peter Warrian and Elena Goracinova
CSR public policies in India's democracy: ambiguities in the political regulation of corporate conduct pp. 510-547 Downloads
Damien Krichewsky

Volume 19, issue 02, 2017

Re-conceptualizing the political economy of finance in the post-crisis era pp. 167-190 Downloads
W. Selmier and W. Kindred Winecoff
Club goods, intellectual property rights, and profitability in the information economy pp. 191-214 Downloads
Herman Mark Schwartz
An institutional perspective on governance, power, and politics of financial risk pp. 215-240 Downloads
W. Selmier
Regulatory power, post-crisis transatlantic disputes, and the network structure of the financial industry pp. 241-266 Downloads
Lucia Quaglia
Global finance as a politicized habitat pp. 267-297 Downloads
William Kindred Winecoff
Hidden power of the Big Three? Passive index funds, re-concentration of corporate ownership, and new financial risk pp. 298-326 Downloads
Jan Fichtner, Eelke M. Heemskerk and Garcia-Bernardo, Javier
Beyond the revolving door: Advocacy behavior and social distance to financial regulators pp. 327-364 Downloads
Kevin L. Young, Tim Marple and James Heilman
Polycentric banking and macroeconomic stability pp. 365-395 Downloads
Alexander Salter and Vlad Tarko

Volume 19, issue 01, 2017

Firm Heterogeneity and Trade-Policy Stances Evidence from a Survey of Japanese Producers pp. 1-40 Downloads
Michael Plouffe
The New Self-Governance: A Theoretical Framework pp. 41-67 Downloads
Stephen M. Maurer
Renewable futures and industrial legacies: Wind and solar sectors in China, Germany, and the United States pp. 68-106 Downloads
Jonas Nahm
When Banks Lobby: The Effects of Organizational Characteristics and Banking Regulations on International Bank Lobbying pp. 107-134 Downloads
Adam William Chalmers
“And of course our major contribution remains to run a decent business.” Making sense of Shell's sense-making in Nigeria during the 1990s pp. 135-165 Downloads
Matthias Hofferberth
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