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Volume 22, issue 3, 2020

The tenuous link between CSR performance and support for regulation: Business associations and Nordic regulatory preferences regarding the corporate transparency law 2014/95/EU pp. 413-448 Downloads
Daniel Kinderman
What to lobby on? Explaining why large American firms lobby on the same or different issues pp. 449-476 Downloads
Niels Selling
Institutional complementarity, firm behavior, and firm heterogeneity: A cross-national analysis pp. 477-509 Downloads
Isa Camyar and Bahar Ulupinar
The good, the bad, or the ugly? Corporate strategies, size, and environmental regulation in the fish-farming industry pp. 510-538 Downloads
Irja Vormedal and Jon Birger Skjærseth
Offshore production's effect on Americans’ attitudes toward trade pp. 539-571 Downloads
Andrew Kerner, Jane Sumner and Brian Richter

Volume 22, issue 2, 2020

Anticipating exclusion: Global supply chains and Chinese business responses to the Trans-Pacific Partnership pp. 253-278 Downloads
Robert Gulotty and Xiaojun Li
Foreign direct investment policy, domestic firms, and financial constraints pp. 279-306 Downloads
Sarah Bauerle Danzman
Corporate political strategies in Europe: The determinants of firms' access to the European Commission pp. 307-338 Downloads
Amanda M. Alves
Can IMF program design resurrect investor sentiment? An empirical investigation pp. 339-382 Downloads
Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati
Cross-ideological coordination by private interests: Evidence from mortgage market regulation under Dodd-Frank pp. 383-411 Downloads
Sanford C. Gordon and Howard Rosenthal

Volume 22, issue 1, 2020

Bank power and public policy since the financial crisis pp. 1-24 Downloads
Huw Macartney, David Howarth and Scott James
The politics of bank structural reform: Business power and agenda setting in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany pp. 25-51 Downloads
David Howarth and Scott James
Network effects in the formation of the financial industry's regulatory preferences in the European Union pp. 52-84 Downloads
Adam William Chalmers and Kevin L Young
Policy entrepreneurship and the influence of the transnational financial industry in the EU reform of securitization pp. 85-112 Downloads
Giuseppe Montalbano
Multilevel regulatory governance: Establishing bank-regulator relationships at the European Banking Authority pp. 113-134 Downloads
David Coen and John-Paul Salter
Banks, power, and political institutions: the divergent priorities of European states towards “too-big-to-fail†banks: The cases of competition in retail banking and the banking structural reform pp. 135-160 Downloads
Elsa Massoc
Compliance forces, domestic policy process, and international regulatory standards: Compliance with Basel III pp. 161-195 Downloads
Mehmet Kerem Coban
To change banks or bankers? Systemic political (in)action and post-crisis banking reform in the UK and the Netherlands pp. 196-223 Downloads
Joseph Ganderson
The open-endedness of macroprudential policy. Endogenous risks as an obstacle to countercyclical financial regulation pp. 224-251 Downloads
Bart Stellinga

Volume 21, issue 4, 2019

Towards global business engagement with development goals? Multilateral institutions and the SDGs in a changing global capitalism pp. 445-463 Downloads
Benedicte Bull and Jason Miklian
From market multilateralism to governance by goal setting: SDGs and the changing role of partnerships in a new global order pp. 464-486 Downloads
Benedicte Bull and Desmond McNeill
Make development great again? Accumulation regimes, spaces of sovereign exception and the elite development paradigm of China's Belt and Road Initiative pp. 487-513 Downloads
Ruben Gonzalez-Vicente
Business and morals: Corporate strategies for sustainable development in China pp. 514-539 Downloads
Dan Banik and Ka Lin
CSP and governance in emerging and developing country firms: Of mirrors and substitutes pp. 540-568 Downloads
Ralf Barkemeyer, Fanny Salignac and Padmaja Argade
The role of business in sustainable development and peacebuilding: Observing interaction effects pp. 569-601 Downloads
Jason Miklian
Private sector development and the persistence of fragility in Sierra Leone pp. 602-631 Downloads
Brian Ganson and M’cleod, Herbert

Volume 21, issue 3, 2019

Accounting for success: The Big Four as allies of finance in post crisis regulatory reform pp. 297-326 Downloads
Manolis Kalaitzake
Ownership concentration and institutional investors’ governance through voice and exit pp. 327-350 Downloads
Patrick Jahnke
Uncovering the structure of public procurement transactions pp. 351-384 Downloads
Mircea Popa
Employer preferences and political alignments during the Eurocrisis: Evidence from the Portuguese case pp. 385-414 Downloads
Marco Lisi and Loureiro, João
The specialization curse: How economic specialization shapes public goods provision pp. 415-444 Downloads
Benjamin Barber and Nimah Mazaheri

Volume 21, issue 2, 2019

How agents change institutions: Coalitional dynamics and the reform of commercial training in Switzerland pp. 145-171 Downloads
Lina Seitzl and Patrick Emmenegger
Ranking, coordination, and global governance: The case of the Access to Medicine Index pp. 172-204 Downloads
Sander Quak, Johan Heilbron and Jessica Meijer
Risky business: Do disclosure and shareholder approval of corporate political contributions affect firm performance? pp. 205-239 Downloads
Saumya Prabhat and David M. Primo
Financial volatility and public scrutiny as institutional determinants of financial industry firms' CSR pp. 240-266 Downloads
Adam William Chalmers and Onna Malou van den Broek
Presence and influence in lobbying: Evidence from Dodd-Frank pp. 267-295 Downloads
Pamela Ban and Hye Young You

Volume 21, issue 1, 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 4, 2018

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 3, 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 2, 2018

The structure of business preferences and Eurozone crisis policies pp. 165-207 Downloads
Albertos, José Fernández 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 1, 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
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