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State of the Art Papers

Socio-Economic Review regularly publishes ‘State of the Art’ review papers which aim to provide an overview of developments in thinking in specific aspects of the field.
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Economic causes of the Eurozone crisis: the analytical contribution of Comparative Capitalism
Andreas Nölke
Volume 14 Issue 1

Institutions and the prevalence of nonstandard employment
Lena Hipp, Janine Bernhardt, and Jutta Allmendinger
Volume 13 Issue 2

Mapping the frontier of theory in industrial relations: the contested role of worker representation
Maite Tapia, Christian L. Ibsen, and Thomas A. Kochan
Volume 13 Issue 1

Do economists make policies? On the political effects of economics
Daniel Hirschman and Elizabeth Popp Berman

Making sense of financialization
Natascha van der Zwan
Volume 12 Issue 1

Comparative capitalisms and the institutional embeddedness of innovative capabilities
Matthew M. C. Allen
Volume 11 Issue 4

Family firms between risks and opportunities: a literature review
Andrea Colli
Volume 11 Issue 3

The social embeddedness of multinational companies: a literature review
Martin Heidenreich
Volume 10 Issue 3

Advances in explaining women's employment patterns
Nadia Steiber and Barbara Haas
Volume 10 Issue 2

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