Monday, February 19, 2018

New Issue: Review of International Political Economy

The latest issue of the Review of International Political Economy (Vol. 25, no. 1, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Stephen Bell & Andrew Hindmoor, Are the major global banks now safer? Structural continuities and change in banking and finance since the 2008 crisis
  • Knut Blind, Axel Mangelsdorf, Crispin Niebel & Florian Ramel, Standards in the global value chains of the European Single Market
  • Timothy Blackwell & Sebastian Kohl, The origins of national housing finance systems: a comparative investigation into historical variations in mortgage finance regimes
  • Julia Calvert, Constructing investor rights? Why some states (fail to) terminate bilateral investment treaties
  • Matthew Alford & Nicola Phillips, The political economy of state governance in global production networks: change, crisis and contestation in the South African fruit sector
  • Erik Peinert, Periodizing, paths and probabilities: why critical junctures and path dependence produce causal confusion