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WCF Publications

2017

Kremers, Ruben (2017). Mobile payments, social money: Everyday politics of the consumer subject. New Political Economy, 22(6), 645-660 (free article), with James Brassett.

2018

Andreu, Marco (2018). A responsibility to profit? Social impact bonds as a form of ‘humanitarian finance’. New Political Science, 40(4), 708-726. 

Dutta, Sahil Jai (2018). Sovereign debt management and the globalization of finance: Recasting the City of London’s ‘Big Bang’. Competition & Change, 22(1), 3-22.

Petry, Johannes (2018). Investor trust, uncertainty and markets: Progress and challenges in the internationalisation of China’s capital markets. China Watch, 28 (3/2018), 31-35.

Petry, Johannes (2018). 投资者信任、不确定与市场:中国资本市场国际化国家化进程中的发展与挑战. 中国观 , 78期(3), 25-27.

2019

Dutta, Sahil Jai (2019). Sovereign debt management and the transformation from Keynesian to neoliberal monetary governance in Britain. New Political Economy (pre-print).

Dutta, Sahil Jai (2019). The myth of the shareholder revolution and the financialization of the firm. Review of International Political Economy (pre-print), with Samul Knafo.

Dutta, Sahil Jai (2019). The managerial lineages of neoliberalism. New Political Economy, 24(2), 235-251 (pre-print), with Samuel Knafo, Richard Lane & Steffan Wyn-Jones.

Petry, Johannes (2019). Steering capital: The growing private authority of index providers in the age of passive asset management. Review of International Political Economy (open access), with Jan Fichtner & Eelke Heemskerk.

2020

Petry, Johannes (2020) ‘Financialization with Chinese characteristics: Exchanges, control and capital markets in authoritarian capitalism’, Economy & Society, (accepted for publication; pre-print).

Petry, Johannes (2020) Securities exchanges: Subjects & agents of financialization. Philip Mader, Daniel Mertens & Natasha van der Zwan (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Financialization. London: Routledge, 253-264 (pre-print).

Petry, Johannes (2020) ‘Index funds might sound boring. But who decides which countries and companies to include?Washington Post, 8 January, with Jan Fichtner & Eelke Heemskerk.