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Volume 28, issue 5, 2023

The de-globalisation of capital? The political economy of community wealth building pp. 677-692 Downloads
Jamie Dennis and Liam Stanley
Institutional supercycles: an evolutionary macro-finance approach pp. 693-712 Downloads
Yannis Dafermos, Daniela Gabor and Jo Michell
Too green to be true? Forging a climate consensus at the European Central Bank pp. 713-730 Downloads
Jérôme Deyris
The ‘strange non-death’ of economic models: how modelling contributed to neoliberal resilience in Denmark pp. 731-743 Downloads
Niels Fuglsang
The emergence of the ‘rentocrat’ pp. 744-757 Downloads
Samuel Rogers
Mobilising critical international political economy for the age of climate breakdown pp. 758-779 Downloads
Milan Babic and Sarah E. Sharma
UK pension funds’ patience and liquidity in the age of market-based finance pp. 780-798 Downloads
Bruno Bonizzi, Jennifer Churchill and Annina Kaltenbrunner
The muddled governance of state-imposed forced labour: multinational corporations, states, and cotton from China and Uzbekistan pp. 799-817 Downloads
Sonja Schaefer and Jostein Hauge
South-South monetary regionalism: a case of productive incoherence? pp. 818-831 Downloads
Barbara Fritz, Annina Kaltenbrunner, Laurissa Mühlich and Bianca Orsi
Growth models in Europe’s Eastern and Southern peripheries: between national and EU politics pp. 832-848 Downloads
Visnja Vukov

Volume 28, issue 4, 2023

Culture & European attitudes on public debt pp. 509-525 Downloads
Alessia Aspide, Kathleen J. Brown, Matthew DiGiuseppe and Alexander Slaski
The techfare state: debt, discipline, and accelerated neoliberalism pp. 526-538 Downloads
Ali Bhagat and Rachel Phillips
A morphological analysis of Brexitism pp. 539-553 Downloads
Samuel Marlow-Stevens
Reconceptualising freedom in the 21st century: neoliberalism vs. degrowth pp. 554-573 Downloads
Felix Windegger and Clive Spash
The gendered construction of risk in asset accumulation for retirement pp. 574-591 Downloads
Hayley James and Ariane Agunsoye
Logistics of the neoliberal food regime: circulation, corporate food security and the United Arab Emirates pp. 592-607 Downloads
Christian Henderson and Rafeef Ziadah
Decarbonising states as owners pp. 608-627 Downloads
Milan Babić and Adam D. Dixon
Macroeconomic ingredients for a growth model analysis for peripheral economies: a post-Keynesian-structuralist approach pp. 628-645 Downloads
Engelbert Stockhammer
Crisis management, new constitutionalism, and depoliticisation: recasting the politics of austerity in the US and UK, 2010–16 pp. 646-661 Downloads
Dillon Wamsley
The whiteness of markets: Anglo-American colonialism, white supremacy and free market rhetoric pp. 662-676 Downloads
Jessica Eastland-Underwood

Volume 28, issue 3, 2023

Comparative capitalisms in the Anthropocene: a research agenda for green transition pp. 329-346 Downloads
Jeremy Green
Rival definitions of economic rent: historical origins and normative implications pp. 347-362 Downloads
Beth Stratford
Tools to tame the financialisation of housing pp. 363-379 Downloads
Michelle Norris and Julie Lawson
Towards a sociology of state investment funds? sovereign wealth funds and state-business relations in Saudi Arabia pp. 380-397 Downloads
Alexis Montambault Trudelle
Fictitious capital, the credit system, and the particular case of government bonds in Marx pp. 398-415 Downloads
Carolina Alves
Accounting for whom? The financialisation of the environmental economic transition pp. 416-432 Downloads
Sylvain Maechler
Conceptualising private fintech platforms as financial statecraft and recentralisation in China pp. 433-451 Downloads
Chiu-Wan Liu
Towards transnational agrarian conflicts? Global NGOs, transnational agrobusiness and local struggles for land on Sumatra pp. 452-467 Downloads
Alina Brad and Jonas Hein
Imaginary failure: RegTech in finance pp. 468-482 Downloads
Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn and Marc Lenglet
A tale of housing cycles and fiscal policy, not competitiveness. Growth drivers in Southern Europe pp. 483-505 Downloads
Engelbert Stockhammer and Andre Novas Otero
Correction pp. 506-508 Downloads
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Volume 28, issue 2, 2023

Private equity and the regulation of financialised infrastructure: the case of Macquarie in Britain's water and energy networks pp. 155-172 Downloads
Kate Bayliss, Elisa Van Waeyenberge and Benjamin O. L. Bowles
Shareholder payouts across time and space: an internationally comparative and cross-sectoral analysis of corporate financialisation pp. 173-189 Downloads
Diliara Valeeva, Tobias J. Klinge and Manuel B. Aalbers
The last subsidy: regulating devaluation in the German coal phase-out pp. 190-205 Downloads
Andrea Furnaro
New frontiers of electricity capital: energy access in sub-Saharan Africa pp. 206-222 Downloads
Lucy Baker
Goodbye Washington Confusion, hello Wall Street Consensus: contemporary state capitalism and the spatialisation of industrial strategy pp. 223-240 Downloads
Seth Schindler, Ilias Alami and Nicholas Jepson
Germany’s Industrial strategy 2030, EU competition policy and the Crisis of New Constitutionalism. (Geo-)political economy of a contested paradigm shift pp. 241-258 Downloads
Etienne Schneider
Rent and financial accumulation: locating the profitability of American finance pp. 259-283 Downloads
Albina Gibadullina
Karl Polanyi’s ‘socialist accounting’ and ‘overview’ in the age of data analytics pp. 284-298 Downloads
Silvia Rief
Friends and foes: rethinking the party and Chinese big tech pp. 299-314 Downloads
Yvette To
The power of folk ideas in economic policy and the central bank–commercial bank analogy pp. 315-328 Downloads
Sebastian Diessner

Volume 28, issue 1, 2023

Socialism and the Market: Returning to the East European Debate pp. 1-12 Downloads
Roland Boer
Imaginary capital migration and the competitive politics of corporate taxation pp. 13-28 Downloads
Jussi Jaakkola, Matti Ylönen and Leevi Saari
Keep it complex! Prodi’s curse and the EU fiscal governance regime complex pp. 29-41 Downloads
Tobias Tesche
Governing public credit creation pp. 42-56 Downloads
Leah Downey
‘Making financial sense of the future’: actuaries and the management of climate-related financial risk pp. 57-75 Downloads
Nick Taylor
Credible interventionism: economic ideas of government and macroeconomic policy in the Great Recession pp. 76-90 Downloads
Ronen Mandelkern and Tami Oren
When the means become the ends: Ghana’s ‘good governance’ electricity reform overwhelmed by the politics of power crises pp. 91-111 Downloads
Barnaby Joseph Dye
A time of reproductive unrest: the articulation of capital accumulation, social reproduction, and the Irish state pp. 112-125 Downloads
Madelaine Moore
Towards a reparative welfare state pp. 126-141 Downloads
Elise Klein
Conceptualising state financialisation: from the core to the periphery pp. 142-154 Downloads
Ana Cordeiro Santos
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