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Refereed journal articles (6)

Kranke, Matthias, and David Yarrow (2018) ‘The Global Governance of Systemic Risk: How Measurement Practices Tame Macroprudential Politics’, New Political Economy, DOI: 10.1080/13563467.2018.1545754.

Broome, André, Alexandra Homolar, and Matthias Kranke (2018) ‘Bad science: International organizations and the indirect power of global benchmarking’, European Journal of International Relations, 24(3): 514–539.

Yarrow, David and Matthias Kranke (2016) ‘The performativity of sports statistics: towards a research agenda’, Journal of Cultural Economy, 9(5): 445–457.

Eimer, Thomas R. and Matthias Kranke (2015) ‘Teaching the Transnationalization of Politics: Participant Observation of Public Events’, International Studies Perspectives, 16(2): 127–141.

Kranke, Matthias (2014) ‘Which “C” Are You Talking about? Critical Meets Cultural IPE’ (review article), Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 42(3): 897–907. — Responses and rejoinder (non-refereed) in Millennium: Journal of International Studies 43(2).

Lütz, Susanne and Matthias Kranke (2014) ‘The European rescue of the Washington Consensus? EU and IMF lending to Central and Eastern European countries’, Review of International Political Economy, 21(2): 310–338.

Other journal articles (1)

Franke, Bernd and Kranke, Matthias (2010) ‘Die Ethik der Unfreiheit: Der missverstandene Freiheitsbegriff John Lockes’ [‘The Ethics of Non-Freedom: John Locke’s Misunderstood Understanding of “Freedom”’], Rechtstheorie, 41(4): 435–467.

Book reviews (3)

Kranke, Matthias (2018) Review of: Annabelle Littoz-Monnet (ed.) (2017) The Politics of Expertise in International Organizations: How International Bureaucracies Produce and Mobilize Knowledge. London: Routledge. International Affairs, 94(6): 1457–1458.

Kranke, Matthias (2013) Review of: Kwame Akonor (2012) Africa and IMF Conditionality: The Unevenness of Compliance, 1983–2000. London: Routledge. Political Studies Review, 11(3): 471–472.

Kranke, Matthias (2012) Review of: Simon Kuper and Szymanski, Stefan (2009) Soccernomics: Why England Loses, Why Germany and Brazil Win, and Why the U.S., Japan, Australia, Turkey—And Even Iraq—Are Destined To Become the Kings of the World’s Most Popular Sport. New York, NY: Nation Books. Journal of Sports Economics, 13(1): 96–98.