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June 2020, Volume 22, Issue 2
March 2020, Volume 22, Issue 1
- 1-24 Bank power and public policy since the financial crisis
by Macartney, Huw & Howarth, David & James, Scott
- 25-51 The politics of bank structural reform: Business power and agenda setting in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany
by Howarth, David & James, Scott
- 52-84 Network effects in the formation of the financial industry's regulatory preferences in the European Union
by Chalmers, Adam William & Young, Kevin L
- 85-112 Policy entrepreneurship and the influence of the transnational financial industry in the EU reform of securitization
by Montalbano, Giuseppe
- 113-134 Multilevel regulatory governance: Establishing bank-regulator relationships at the European Banking Authority
by Coen, David & Salter, John-Paul
- 135-160 Banks, power, and political institutions: the divergent priorities of European states towards â€œtoo-big-to-failâ€ banks: The cases of competition in retail banking and the banking structural reform
by Massoc, Elsa
- 161-195 Compliance forces, domestic policy process, and international regulatory standards: Compliance with Basel III
by Coban, Mehmet Kerem
- 196-223 To change banks or bankers? Systemic political (in)action and post-crisis banking reform in the UK and the Netherlands
by Ganderson, Joseph
- 224-251 The open-endedness of macroprudential policy. Endogenous risks as an obstacle to countercyclical financial regulation
by Stellinga, Bart
December 2019, Volume 21, Issue 4
- 445-463 Towards global business engagement with development goals? Multilateral institutions and the SDGs in a changing global capitalism
by Bull, Benedicte & Miklian, Jason
- 464-486 From market multilateralism to governance by goal setting: SDGs and the changing role of partnerships in a new global order
by Bull, Benedicte & McNeill, Desmond
- 487-513 Make development great again? Accumulation regimes, spaces of sovereign exception and the elite development paradigm of China's Belt and Road Initiative
by Gonzalez-Vicente, Ruben
- 514-539 Business and morals: Corporate strategies for sustainable development in China
by Banik, Dan & Lin, Ka
- 540-568 CSP and governance in emerging and developing country firms: Of mirrors and substitutes
by Barkemeyer, Ralf & Salignac, Fanny & Argade, Padmaja
- 569-601 The role of business in sustainable development and peacebuilding: Observing interaction effects
by Miklian, Jason
- 602-631 Private sector development and the persistence of fragility in Sierra Leone
by Ganson, Brian & Mâ€™cleod, Herbert
September 2019, Volume 21, Issue 3
June 2019, Volume 21, Issue 2
- 145-171 How agents change institutions: Coalitional dynamics and the reform of commercial training in Switzerland
by Seitzl, Lina & Emmenegger, Patrick
- 172-204 Ranking, coordination, and global governance: The case of the Access to Medicine Index
by Quak, Sander & Heilbron, Johan & Meijer, Jessica
- 205-239 Risky business: Do disclosure and shareholder approval of corporate political contributions affect firm performance?
by Prabhat, Saumya & Primo, David M.
- 240-266 Financial volatility and public scrutiny as institutional determinants of financial industry firms' CSR
by Chalmers, Adam William & van den Broek, Onna Malou
- 267-295 Presence and influence in lobbying: Evidence from Dodd-Frank
by Ban, Pamela & You, Hye Young
March 2019, Volume 21, Issue 1
- 1-26 U.S. Foreign Policy and the Governance of Finance
by Lavelle, Kathryn C.
- 27-52 The revolution in federal procurement, 1980â€“present
by Taylor, Andrew J.
- 53-85 Baumol's cost disease and the withering of the state
by Semat, Joshua & Lowery, David & Linn, Suzanne & Berry, William D.
- 86-112 Financial structure and the development of domestic bond markets in emerging economies
by Hardie, Iain & Rethel, Lena
- 113-144 Neither synthesis nor rivalry: Complementary policy models and technological learning in the Mexican and Brazilian petroleum and automotive industries
by Fuentes, Alberto & Pipkin, Seth
December 2018, Volume 20, Issue 4
- 492-522 The political logics of clean energy transitions
by Breetz, Hanna & Mildenberger, Matto & Stokes, Leah
- 523-552 How robust is the renewable energy industry to political shocks? Evidence from the 2016 U.S. elections
by Aklin, MichaÃ«l
- 553-587 Opening new markets for clean energy: The role of project developers in the global diffusion of renewable energy technologies
by Steffen, Bjarne & Matsuo, Tyeler & Steinemann, Davita & Schmidt, Tobias S.
- 588-614 Policy competition in clean technology: Scaling up or innovating up?
by Hughes, Llewelyn & Meckling, Jonas
- 615-642 Industry type and environmental policy: Industry characteristics shape the potential for policymaking success in energy and the environment
by Kelsey, Nina
- 643-668 Ad hoc coalitions in the U.S. energy sector: Case studies in the gas, oil, and coal industries
by Downie, Christian
September 2018, Volume 20, Issue 3
- 331-359 SME resource acquisition in transition economies: power dependence and induced bribery
by Wang, Karen Yuan & Clegg, Stewart R.
- 360-389 Sovereign credit and political survival in democracies
by DiGiuseppe, Matthew & Shea, Patrick E.
- 390-409 Private banking and crony capitalism in Egypt
by Diwan, Ishac & Schiffbauer, Marc
- 410-437 Regional competition, business politicians, and subnational fiscal policy
by Baccini, Leonardo & Li, Quan & Mirkina, Irina & Johnson, Kristina
- 438-464 Pursuing foreign investment for nationalist goals: Venezuela's hybrid resource nationalism
by Rosales, Antulio
- 465-465 Private banking and crony capitalism in Egyptâ€”CORRIGENDUM
by Diwan, Ishac & Schiffbauer, Marc
June 2018, Volume 20, Issue 2
- 165-207 The structure of business preferences and Eurozone crisis policies
by Albertos, JosÃ© FernÃ¡ndez & Kuo, Alexander
- 208-238 The systemic causes of financial crises in the long nineteenth century
by Ba, Heather
- 239-272 Rent-seeking and firm value: Chinese evidence
by Li, Sihai & Wu, Huiying & Jiang, Xinfeng
- 273-300 Stakeholder scrutiny, urban bias, and the private provision of public goods
by Chrun, Elizabeth & Berliner, Daniel & Prakash, Aseem
- 301-328 Regulatory interpretation: regulators, regulated parties, and the courts
by Randolph, Gregory M. & Fetzner, James P.
- 329-329 The strange case of pluralist lobbying in a corporatist setting: Defending Western business interests in Chinaâ€”ADDENDUM
by Weil, Stefanie
March 2018, Volume 20, Issue 1
- 1-37 Corporate Power Beyond the Political Arena: The case of the â€˜Big Threeâ€™ and CAFE Standards
by Hathaway, Terry
- 38-69 The dissuasive effect of U.S. political influence on Chinese FDI during the â€œGoing Globalâ€ policy eraâ€
by Duanmu, Jing-Lin & Urdinez, Francisco
- 70-97 The strange case of pluralist lobbying in a corporatist setting: Defending Western business interests in China
by Weil, Stefanie
- 98-131 Corporate politicking, together: trade association ties, lobbying, and campaign giving
by Kowal, Michael S.
- 132-164 Influencing trade policy in a multi-level systemâ€”understanding corporate political activity in the context of global value chains and regime complexityâ€
by Curran, Louise & Eckhardt, Jappe
December 2017, Volume 19, Issue 4
- 549-572 The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Limits on negotiating behind the border barriers
by Aggarwal, Vinod K. & Evenett, Simon J.
- 573-592 From great power politics to a strategic vacuum: Origins and consequences of the TPP and TTIP
by Griffith, Melissa K. & Steinberg, Richard H. & Zysman, John
- 593-620 Resisting behind the border talks in TTIP: The cases of GMOs and data privacy
by Aggarwal, Vinod K. & Evenett, Simon J.
- 621-658 Transatlantic convergence of preferential trade agreements environmental clauses
by Morin, Jean-FrÃ©dÃ©ric & Rochette, Myriam
- 659-682 The Transatlantic Partnership Agreement: an American perspective
by Barfield, Claude
- 683-708 The puzzle of public opposition to TTIP in Germany
by Chan, Alexsia T. & Crawford, Beverly K.
- 709-737 TTIP negotiations, policy convergence, and the transatlantic digital economy
by Le Roux, GaÃ«l
- 738-757 Power in international trade politics: is ISDS a solution in search of a problem?
by Reddie, Andrew
September 2017, Volume 19, Issue 3
- 397-423 Data, development, and growth
by Weber, Steven
- 424-453 â€œAnd we would have the fieldâ€ : U.S. Steel and American trade policy, 1908â€“1912â€
by Brawley, Mark R.
- 454-481 â€œDark Moneyâ€ and â€œDirty Politicsâ€ : Are anonymous ads more negative?â€
by Chand, Daniel E.
- 482-509 Public and private goods in the development of additive manufacturing capacity
by Samford, Steven & Warrian, Peter & Goracinova, Elena
- 510-547 CSR public policies in India's democracy: ambiguities in the political regulation of corporate conduct
by Krichewsky, Damien
June 2017, Volume 19, Issue 2
- 167-190 Re-conceptualizing the political economy of finance in the post-crisis era
by Selmier, W. Travis & Winecoff, W. Kindred
- 191-214 Club goods, intellectual property rights, and profitability in the information economyâ€
by Schwartz, Herman Mark
- 215-240 An institutional perspective on governance, power, and politics of financial risk
by Selmier, W. Travis
- 241-266 Regulatory power, post-crisis transatlantic disputes, and the network structure of the financial industry
by Quaglia, Lucia
- 267-297 Global finance as a politicized habitatâ€
by Winecoff, William Kindred
- 298-326 Hidden power of the Big Three? Passive index funds, re-concentration of corporate ownership, and new financial riskâ€
by Fichtner, Jan & Heemskerk, Eelke M. & Garcia-Bernardo, Javier
- 327-364 Beyond the revolving door: Advocacy behavior and social distance to financial regulatorsâ€
by Young, Kevin L. & Marple, Tim & Heilman, James
- 365-395 Polycentric banking and macroeconomic stability
by Salter, Alexander William & Tarko, Vlad
March 2017, Volume 19, Issue 1
December 2016, Volume 18, Issue 4
October 2016, Volume 18, Issue 3
August 2016, Volume 18, Issue 2
April 2016, Volume 18, Issue 1
December 2015, Volume 17, Issue 4
October 2015, Volume 17, Issue 3
- 391-409 Structural power and political science in the post-crisis era
by Culpepper, Pepper D.
- 411-441 Structural power in comparative political economy: perspectives from policy formulation in Latin America
by Fairfield, Tasha
- 443-472 Not by structure alone: power, prominence, and agency in American finance
by Young, Kevin
- 473-493 The long arm of justice: U.S. structural power and international banking
by Emmenegger, Patrick
- 495-525 Structural power and the global financial crisis: a network analytical approach
by Winecoff, William Kindred
- 527-552 Structuring power: business and authority beyond the nation state
by Farrell, Henry & Newman, Abraham L.
- 553-576 The multinational firm and geopolitics: Europe, Russian energy, and power
by Abdelal, Rawi
- 577-601 The structural power of business: taking structure, agency and ideas seriously
by Marsh, David & Akram, Sadiya & Birkett, Holly
August 2015, Volume 17, Issue 2
- 177-219 Signaling the credibility of private actors as public agents: transparency, independence, and expertise in environmental evaluations of products and companies
by Bullock, Graham
- 221-251 Public policies in a regulated entrepreneurial setting
by Marcus, Alfred A. & Cohen, Susan K.
- 253-289 Industry associations, health innovation systems and politics of development: the cases of India and South Africa
by Papaioannou, Theo & Watkins, Andrew & Kale, Dinar & Mugwagwa, Julius
- 291-326 Competitor entry impact on jobs and wages in incumbent firms: retrospective evidence from a natural experiment
by Majumdar, Sumit K.
- 327-354 Financial structures, firms, and the welfare states in South Korea and Singapore
by Lim, Sijeong
- 355-390 Stakeholder pressures on corporate climate change-related accountability and disclosures: Australian evidence
by Haque, Shamima & Islam, Muhammad Azizul
April 2015, Volume 17, Issue 1
- 1-40 Unionization and the partisan effect on income inequality
by Castater, Eric Graig
- 41-73 Political connectedness and business performance: evidence from Turkish industry rankings
by Ã–zcan, GÃ¼l Berna & GÃ¼ndÃ¼z, Umut
- 75-96 Social influence, competition and the act of lobbying
by Kanol, DirenÃ§
- 97-123 Politically connected polluters under smog
by Wang, Yuhua
- 125-159 Technological innovation, globalization, and varieties of capitalism: the case of Siemens AG as example for contingent institutional adaptation
by Fritsch, Stefan
- 161-175 Reflections on a â€œHeavenly Chorus [that] Sings with a Strong [Male] Upper Class Accentâ€
by SuÃ¡rez, Sandra L.
December 2014, Volume 16, Issue 4
October 2014, Volume 16, Issue 3
August 2014, Volume 16, Issue 2
- 221-246 Lobbying and the collective action problem: comparative evidence from enterprise surveys
by Barber, Benjamin & Pierskalla, Jan & Weschle, Simon
- 247-266 Interests need not be pursued if they can be created: private governance in African gold mining
by Elbra, Ainsley D.
- 267-289 All politics is local, but lobbying is federal and local: the validity of LDA data
by Clemens, Austin C.
- 291-312 Antitrust enforcement by state attorneys general: institutional, legal and political considerations
by Dove, John A.
- 313-338 Trade, societal interests, and political parties
by Hwang, Wonjae & Down, Ian
- 339-372 A network view of MNC embeddedness in a politically uncertain market: the case of Turkey
by Alimadadi, Siavash & Pahlberg, Cecilia
April 2014, Volume 16, Issue 1
- 1-30 The politics of small business organization, partisanship and institutionalization: similarities in the contrasting cases of Japan and the US
by Babb, James
- 31-63 Socializing the C-suite: why some big-box retailers are â€œgreenerâ€ than others
by van der Ven, Hamish
- 67-77 Introduction: multiplicity and plurality in the world of standards
by Djelic, Marie Laure & den Hond, Frank
- 79-112 The impact of meta-standardization upon standards convergence: the case of the international accounting standard for off-balance-sheet financing
by Thiemann, Matthias
- 113-150 Beyond the transatlantic divide: the multiple authorities of standards in the global political economy of services
by Graz, Jean-Christophe & Hauert, Christophe
- 151-189 Explaining variation in the multiplicity of private social and environmental regulation: a multi-case integration across the coffee, forestry and textile sectors
by Turcotte, Marie-France & Reinecke, Juliane & den Hond, Frank
- 191-219 Who defines â€œlocalâ€ ? Resistance to harmonizing standards in ethical markets
by McCaffrey, Sara Jane & Kurland, Nancy
December 2013, Volume 15, Issue 4
- 435-466 Institutional innovation and investment in Taiwan: the micro-foundations of the developmental state
by Haggard, Stephan & Zheng, Yu
- 467-491 Innovation in Tow: R&D FDI and investment incentives
by Wellhausen, Rachel L.
- 493-527 The political activities of American corporate leaders
by Nownes, Anthony J. & Aitalieva, Nurgul R.
- 529-551 Trade controls and non-proliferation: compliance costs, drivers and challenges a
by Salisbury, Daniel
- 553-559 Comment on Gordon L. Clark and Ashby Monk, â€œModernity, Imitation, and Performance: Sovereign Funds in the Gulf,â€ Business and Politics 14 (1, 2012): 1â€“22
by Moore, Pete W.
- 561-565 What is modern about sovereign wealth funds? A reply to Pete Moore
by Clark, Gordon L. & Dixon, Adam D. & Monk, Ashby H.B.
October 2013, Volume 15, Issue 3
- 275-293 Asset freezing, corporate political resources and the Tullock paradox
by Bonardi, Jean-Philippe & Urbiztondo, Santiago
- 295-321 The Saudi monarchy and economic familism in an era of business environment reforms
by Mazaheri, Nimah
- 323-356 Linkage politics and the persistence of national policy autonomy in emerging powers: patents, profits, and patients in the context of TRIPS compliance
by Olsen, Tricia D. & Sinha, Aseema
- 357-379 The network of global corporate control: implications for public policy
by Compston, Hugh
- 381-399 Management consultants and the United Statesâ€™ public sector
by Momani, Bessma
- 401-433 Keeping score on congress: explaining variations in interest group ratings of US senators
by Chand, Daniel E. & Schreckhise, William D.
August 2013, Volume 15, Issue 2
- 137-162 Driving support: workers, PACs, and congressional support of the auto industry 1)
by Moore, Ryan T. & Powell, Eleanor Neff & Reeves, Andrew
- 163-186 Building institutional capacity: from pervasive individualism to sustained coordination in small firm sectors
by Evans, Ana Maria
- 187-215 Partisan policy promises and sector-specific stock-market performance: evidence from Mexico's 2006 presidential campaign
by Benton, Allyson Lucinda
- 217-243 What a difference a state makes: pharmaceutical innovation after the TRIPs agreement
by SchÃ¼ren, Verena
- 245-274 Government-business alliances in state capitalist economies: evidence from low-income markets in China
by Kostka, Genia & Zhou, Jianghua
April 2013, Volume 15, Issue 1
- 1-32 R&D in the periphery? Foreign direct investment, innovation, and institutional quality in developing countries
by Egan, Patrick J.W.
- 33-61 Economic change and the supply of interest representation in the American States
by Lowery, David & Gray, Virginia & Cluverius, John
- 63-85 Corporate citizens and the UN Global Compact: explaining cross-national variations in turnout
by Bernhagen, Patrick & Mitchell, Neil J. & Thissen-Smits, Marianne
- 87-116 Business advocacy in Asian PTAs: a model of selective corporate lobbying with evidence from Japan
by SolÃs, Mireya
- 117-136 Analyzing political risks in developing countries: a practical framework for project managers
by Jha, Saumitra
December 2012, Volume 14, Issue 4
October 2012, Volume 14, Issue 3
- 1-10 Corporate responsibility, multinational corporations, and nation states: An introduction
by Prakash, Aseem & Griffin, Jennifer J.
- 1-21 Has globalization eroded firmsâ€™ responsibility for their employees? AÂ sociological analysis of transnational firmsâ€™ corporate social responsibility policies concerning their employees inÂ theÂ Netherlands, 1980â€“2010
by Quak, Sander & Heilbron, Johan & van der Veen, Romke
- 1-24 A club theory approach to voluntary social programs: Multinational companies and the extractive industries transparency initiative
by Schuler, Douglas A.
- 1-27 Business as usual? An exploration of the determinants of success in the multinational transfer of corporate responsibility initiatives
by Barnett, Michael L. & Lee, Sunyoung
- 1-29 Managing corporate responsibility globally and locally: Lessons from a CR leader
by Brown, Dana & Knudsen, Jette Steen
- 1-30 International strategy for the nonmarket context: stakeholders, issues, networks, and geography
by Lucea, Rafael & Doh, Jonathan
- 1-31 Bargaining for corporate responsibility: The global and the local of framework agreements in the USA
by Fichter, Michael & Stevis, Dimitris & Helfen, Markus
- 1-34 Does it really take the state?
by BÃ¶rzel, Tanja A. & HÃ¶nke, Jana & Thauer, Christian R.
- 1-42 Multi-level corporate responsibility and the mining sector: Learning from the Canadian experience in Latin America
by Webb, Kernaghan
August 2012, Volume 14, Issue 2
April 2012, Volume 14, Issue 1
- 1-22 Modernity, Imitation, and Performance: Sovereign Funds in the Gulf
by Clark, Gordon L. & Monk, Ashby
- 1-24 Coalitions within the Egyptian Banking Sector: Catalysts of the Popular Revolution
by Abdel-Baki, Monal A.
- 1-35 Influence without Organizations: State-Business Relations and their Impact on Business Environments in Contemporary Africa
by Taylor, Scott D.
- 1-38 Corporate Political Donations: Investment or Agency?
by Aggarwal, Rajesh K. & Meschke, Felix & Wang, Tracy Yue
- 1-42 Marketing to the Base of the Pyramid: A Corporate Responsibility Approach with Case Inspired Strategies
by Santos, Nicholas J.C. & Laczniak, Gene R.
December 2011, Volume 13, Issue 4
- 1-30 The Binding Dynamics of Non-Binding Governance Arrangements. The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights and the Cases of BP and Chevron
by Hofferberth, Matthias
- 1-34 Bargaining Model for the International Oil Industry
by Vivoda, Vlado
- 1-34 Neoliberalism as Colonial Embrace: Evaluating Alberta's Regulation of First Nations Gaming, 1993â€“2010
by Belanger, Yale D. & Williams, Robert J.
- 1-35 Environmental Jolts, Clocks, and Strategic Change in the U.S. Airline Industry: The Effects of Deregulation and the 9/11/2001 Terrorist Attacks
by Goll, Irene & Rasheed, Abdul A.
- 1-37 Pro-Business Local Governance and (Local) Business Associations: The Case of Gaziantep
by Bayirbag, Mustafa K.
- 1-41 US and European Public Procurement Policies for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SME): A Comparative Perspective
by Kidalov, Max V. & Snider, Keith F.