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Risk Aversion and Physical Prowess: Prediction, Choice and Bias. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Volume 41, pp. 167-193. (joint with C. Eckel and S. Ball)

Leaving the Safety Net: An Analysis of Dropouts in an Urban Conditional Cash Transfer Program. World Development 40(12), 2505-2521 (joint with P. Winters and M. Gonzalez)

Hindsight-biased evaluation of political decision makers. (with Alexander K. Wagner), Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 95(11-12), pp. 1621-1634.

Field-of-use restrictions in licensing agreements. International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol. 30(5), pp. 403-416.

Patent quality and incentives at the patent office. RAND Journal of Economics, Vol. 44(2), pp. 315-338

Indeterminacy in stochastic overlapping generations models: real effects in the long runMatthew Hoelle (2017): Indeterminacy in stochastic overlapping generations models: real effects in the long run. joint with Zhigang Feng. Economic Theory 63(2): 559-585.

From Veto Players to Agenda-Setters? National Parliaments and their ‘Green Card’ to the European Commission (2016): From Veto Players to Agenda-Setters? National Parliaments and their ‘Green Card’ to the European Commission. C. Fasone and D. Fromage in Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 2, 294-316.

Extranéité et lien social. L’intégration des marchands ottomans à Vienne au XVIIIe siècle David Do Paço (2014): Extranéité et lien social. L’intégration des marchands ottomans à Vienne au XVIIIe siècle . Revue d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine 61-1 (2014), p. 123-146.

How Has Educational Expansion Shaped Social Mobility Trends in the United States?. Social Forces, 94(1), pp. 143-180. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093 /sf/ sov045. Working Paper Version: PSC Research Report, 14-817, 2014. http://www.psc.isr.umich.edu/pubs/pdf/rr14-817.pdf.

Class Mobility Across Three Generations in the U.S. and Germany. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 35, pp. 35–52. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rssm.2013.09.007. Working Paper Version: open Access provided by the University Library of University of Bremen, http://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/edocs/00104230-1.pdf.

Crop Insurance as a Strategy to Adapt to Climate Change.. Di Falco S., Adinolfi F., Bozzola M., Capitanio F. 2014. “Crop Insurance as a Strategy to Adapt to Climate Change.” Journal of Agricultural Economics 65 (2): 485–504.

Policy implications of climate variability on agriculture: Water management in the Po river basin, Italy. Bozzola, M. and T. Swanson. 2014. “Policy implications of climate variability on agriculture: Water management in the Po river basin, Italy.” Environmental Science & Policy 43: 26–38.

Multilateral Possibilities: Decolonization, Preservation, and the Case of Egypt. Future Anterior: Journal of Historic Preservation, History, Theory, and Criticism 13 (1), 37-48, doi: 10.5749/futuante.13.1.0037

Projects of Improvement, Continuities of Neglect: Re-fragmenting the Periphery in Southern Rural Jordan. Lenner, K., 2015. Projects of Improvement, Continuities of Neglect: Re-fragmenting the Periphery in Southern Rural Jordan. Middle East - Topics & Arguments, Nr. 5

European Democracy Deferred: De Gaulle and the Dehousse Plan. “European Democracy Deferred: De Gaulle and the Dehousse Plan, 1960,” Modern & Contemporary France 25 no. 2, (2017): 209-224

How to do Transregional History: a Concept, Method and Tool for Early Modern Border Research. & Bram De Ridder, Alexander Soetaert, Werner Thomas, Johan Verberckmoes and Sophie Verreyken, ‘How to do Transregional History: a Concept, Method and Tool for Early Modern Border Research’, Journal for Early Modern History 21:3 (2017)

The Beeldenstorm and the Spanish Habsburg Response (1566-1570). The Beeldenstorm and the Spanish Habsburg Response (1566-1570)’, The Low Countries Historical Review - Bijdragen en Mededelingen betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden 131 (2016) 99-120

Book reviews

Books

Game Theory in Jurisprudence. http://www.ccpress.pl/produkt/Game_Theory_in_Jurisprudence_50

Evolutionary Theory and Legal Philosophy. http://www.amazon.com/Evolutionary-Theory-Philosophy-Wojciech-Zaluski/dp/1848444451

L’Orient à Vienne au dix-huitième siècleDavid Do Paço (2015): L’Orient à Vienne au dix-huitième siècle. Oxford, Voltaire Foundation

Des religions dans la ville. Ressorts et stratégies de coexistence dans l’Europe des XVIe-XVIIIe siècles.. with Dora De Lima and Laurent Tatarenko Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2010

Social Mobility in the 20th Century. Class Mobility and occupational Change in the United States and Germany. Florian Hertel (2016): Social Mobility in the 20th Century. Class Mobility and occupational Change in the United States and Germany. . ISBN 978-3-658. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783658147846

Social Concertation in Times of Austerity. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press

The Council of Trent : Reform and Controversy in Europe and beyond (1540-1700). W. François (eds.), The Council of Trent : Reform and Controversy in Europe and beyond (1540-1700), V&R, 3 vol., Göttingen, 2017.

The History of the European Migration RegimeEmmanuel Comte (2017): The History of the European Migration Regime. Comte, Emmanuel. The History of the European Migration Regime: Germany’s Strategic Hegemony. London: Routledge, 2018 (Routledge Studies in Modern European History). ISBN: 9781138060524.

Chapters

Regional Parliaments and the Early Warning System: An Assessment and Some Suggestions for Reform (2017): Regional Parliaments and the Early Warning System: An Assessment and Some Suggestions for Reform. Diane Fromage in Anna Jonsson Cornell and Marco Goldoni (eds), National and Regional parliaments in the EU legislative procedure post-Lisbon, The impact of the Early Warning System. Hart publishing

A Trans-Imperial Sociability: Ottoman Embassies in 18th-Century Vienna . In Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World c.1410-1800, ed. Jan Hennings & Tracey Sowerby (London: Routledge, forthcoming)

Un islam approprié. La Bosnie et l’Herzégovine au XVIe et XVIIe siècle David Do Paço (2013): Un islam approprié. La Bosnie et l’Herzégovine au XVIe et XVIIe siècle . Les Musulmans dans l’histoire de l’Europe, t. 2. Passages et contacts en Méditerranée, éd. Jocelyne Dakhlia et Wolfgang Kaiser (Paris: Albin Michel, 2013), p. 191-217.

Dutch and English Approaches to Cross-Cultural Trade in Mughal India and the Problem of Trust, circa 1600-1630. Beyond Empires: Global, Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800, eds. Cátia Antunes and Amélia Polónia (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2016), 69-87.

Kijken en bekeken worden: Een Nederlandse gezant in Delhi, 1677-1678. Aan de overkant. Ontmoetingen in dienst van de VOC en WIC (1600-1800), ed. Lodewijk Wagenaar (Leiden: Sidestone Press, 2015), 201-216.

Impact of Economic Diplomacy in Africa: The impact of Regional Integration versus Bilateral Diplomacy on Bilateral Trade,. Handbook of Economic Diplomacy Research, Edward Elgar Publishing, UK, Forthcoming

Grounding Ideologies: Archaeology, Decolonization and the Cold War in Egypt. In Leslie James and Elisabeth Leake (eds) "Decolonization and the Cold War: Negotiating Independence". London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 167-182.

Executive accountability to national parliaments in post-crisis EU affairs: The persistent shortcomings in the Councial and the European Council oversight. In D. Jancic (Ed.), National parliaments after the Lisbon Treaty and the Euro crisis: Resilience or resignation?. (pp. 159-175). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Verfassungsgebung Jenseits der Konstituante: Solidarność und die politische Mobilisierung in Polen 1993-1997. Die Verfassung des Politischen: Festschrift für Hans Vorländer, ed. by Andre Brodocz et. al (Berlin: Axel Springer, 2014), with Maik Herold.

Okulare Demokratie und die Frage nach der demokratischen Ermächtigung. Okulare Demokratie - Der Bürger als Zuschauer, ed. by Dominik Hammer, Marie Kajewski (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag), with Felix Gerlsbeck.

Procedural Rules and Majoritarian Politics During Constitutional Replacements in Poland (1993-1997) and Hungary (2010-2011). Constitution Making in Democratic Constitutional Orders, ed. by Gabriel Negretto, forthcoming.

Popular Participation and Constitution Making. Constitution Making in Democratic Constitutional Orders, ed. by Gabriel Negretto (with Gabriel Negretto), forthcoming.

'On Diplomacy and Botanical Gifts: France, Mysore and Mauritius in 1788'. in Yota Batsaki, Sarah Burke Cahalan and Anatole Tchikine (eds.), The Botany of Empire in the Long Eighteenth Century

Edited collections

List of publications. List of publications as of August 2016

Edited journal issues

Le fédéralisme européen (2016): Le fédéralisme européen. Ed. G. Martinico and G. Delledonne Politique européenne, n. 53, 2016, 130 pages

Revisiting the effect of regional integration on African trade: evidence from meta-analysis and gravity model. The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development An International and Comparative Review Volume 26, 2017 - Issue 2

The Impact of Economic Sanctions on Income Inequality of Target States. World Development Volume 83, July 2016, Pages 1–11

Forthcoming publications

The land of opportunity? Trends in social mobility and education in the United States. EUI MWP; 2016/14 URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1814/41786 ISSN: 1830-7728.

The Merchant-Diplomat in Comparative Perspective: Dutch and other Embassies to the Court of Aurangzeb, 1660-1666. Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World c.1410-1800, eds. Tracey Sowerby and Jan Hennings (New York: Routledge, 2017)

Other

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2011-2012 (2012): Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2011-2012. Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2010-2011 (2011): Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2010-2011. Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2009-2010 (2010): Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2009-2010. Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2008-2009 (2009): Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2008-2009. Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2007-2008 (2008): Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2007-2008. Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2006-2007 (2007): Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2006-2007. Max Weber Programme, EUI

The Max Weber Programme 2006 – 2013: The Villa La Fonte years . Report on the first 7 years of the Max Weber Programme (upcoming)

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2012-2013 (2013): Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2012-2013. Max Weber Programme, EUI

Research and policy papers

The politics of pledging: reflections on the London donors conference for Syria. Lenner, K., 2016. The politics of pledging: reflections on the London donors conference for Syria. European University Institute. (MPC Policy Briefs; 2016/03)

Working papers

Blasts from the past: Policy legacies and memories in the making of the Jordanian response to the Syrian refugee crisis. Lenner, K., 2016. Blasts from the past: Policy legacies and memories in the making of the Jordanian response to the Syrian refugee crisis. Working Paper. European University Institute. (EUI Working Papers, Max Weber Red Number Series; 2016/32)

Protests in Jordan:Rumblings in the Kingdom of Dialogue. Lenner, K. and Bouziane, M., 2011. Protests in Jordan:Rumblings in the Kingdom of Dialogue. Working Paper. Berlin: Center for Middle Eastern and North African Politics. (Working Papers; 1)





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Risk Aversion and Physical Prowess: Prediction, Choice and Bias

Maria Heracleous

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Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Volume 41, pp. 167-193. (joint with C. Eckel and S. Ball)

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Leaving the Safety Net: An Analysis of Dropouts in an Urban Conditional Cash Transfer Program

Maria Heracleous

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World Development 40(12), 2505-2521 (joint with P. Winters and M. Gonzalez)

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Hindsight-biased evaluation of political decision makers

Florian Schuett

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(with Alexander K. Wagner), Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 95(11-12), pp. 1621-1634.

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Field-of-use restrictions in licensing agreements

Florian Schuett

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International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol. 30(5), pp. 403-416.

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Patent quality and incentives at the patent office

Florian Schuett

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RAND Journal of Economics, Vol. 44(2), pp. 315-338

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Indeterminacy in stochastic overlapping generations models: real effects in the long run

Indeterminacy in stochastic overlapping generations models: real effects in the long run

Matthew Hoelle

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Indeterminate equilibria are known to exist for overlapping generations models, though recent research has been limited to deterministic settings in which all equilibria converge to a steady state in the long run. This paper analyzes stochastic overlapping generations models with three-period-lived representative consumers and adopts a novel computational algorithm to numerically approximate the entire set of competitive equilibria. In a stochastic setting with incomplete markets, indeterminacy has real effects in the long run. Our numerical simulations reveal that indeterminacy is an order of magnitude more important than endowment shocks in explaining long-run consumption and asset price volatility.

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joint with Zhigang Feng. Economic Theory 63(2): 559-585.

Indeterminacy in stochastic overlapping generations models: real effects in the long run

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Constitutionalism, Resistance, and Openness: Comparative Law Reflections on Constitutionalism in Postnational Governance

Constitutionalism, Resistance, and Openness: Comparative Law Reflections on Constitutionalism in Postnational Governance

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Giuseppe Martinico Yearbook of European Law, 2016, 318-340

From Veto Players to Agenda-Setters? National Parliaments and their ‘Green Card’ to the European Commission

From Veto Players to Agenda-Setters? National Parliaments and their ‘Green Card’ to the European Commission

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C. Fasone and D. Fromage in Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 2, 294-316.

Extranéité et lien social. L’intégration des marchands ottomans à Vienne au XVIIIe siècle

Extranéité et lien social. L’intégration des marchands ottomans à Vienne au XVIIIe siècle

David Do Paço

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Studying the relationship between foreignness and social bonding illuminates the logics of integration. In 18th century Vienna, the Ottoman presence was inscribed above all within the socio-political history of the city. The Ottoman presence played a part in the Kameralismus of the Imperial administration and in the development of Viennese enlightened absolutism, to the detriment of Municipal liberties. It reinforced the social position of the established ministerial elite against their challengers. It fit ted into a trans-imperial familiarity between the Holy Roman Empire and the Sublime Porte, and into the rise of a cosmopolitan oriental milieu in Vienna. In such a situation, the status of foreigners was no longer a brake on integration, but a pre-requisite and a catalyst for it instead.

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Revue d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine 61-1 (2014), p. 123-146.

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Class Mobility Across Three Generations in the U.S. and Germany

Florian Hertel

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Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 35, pp. 35–52. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rssm.2013.09.007. Working Paper Version: open Access provided by the University Library of University of Bremen, http://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/edocs/00104230-1.pdf.

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De uitgeversstrategie van Jacob van Meurs belicht: De Amsterdamse en ‘Antwerpse’ edities van Johan Nieuhofs Gezantschap (1665-1666)

Guido van Meersbergen

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De Zeventiende Eeuw 26.1 (2010), 73-90

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Crop Insurance as a Strategy to Adapt to Climate Change.

Martina Bozzola

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Financial insurance for extreme events can play an important role in hedging against the implications of climate change. This paper combines a comprehensive estimation strategy and a unique panel dataset to study the role of financial insurance in farmers' welfare under uncertainty. Data are drawn from a large Italian farm panel dataset. We find that (i) demand for insurance products is likely to increase in response to climatic conditions, and (ii) that the use of insurance reduces the extent of risk exposure. We also find that farms growing more crops are less likely to adopt the insurance scheme. This confirms what is found in the theoretical literature. Crop diversification can be a substitute for financial insurance in hedging against the impact of risk exposure on welfare.

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Di Falco S., Adinolfi F., Bozzola M., Capitanio F. 2014. “Crop Insurance as a Strategy to Adapt to Climate Change.” Journal of Agricultural Economics 65 (2): 485–504.

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Policy implications of climate variability on agriculture: Water management in the Po river basin, Italy

Martina Bozzola

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This paper discusses the policy implications of changing hydro-climatic conditions for water management in the Po river valley. This area is characterized by heterogeneous topographical features and intensive water use in agriculture. The first and most fundamental level of adaptation to climate change in agriculture occurs at the level of the local farmer. Farmers undertake strategies to adapt to the form of climate change that they are able to foresee, through observation of the recent trends in indicators such as average temperatures and average precipitation. However, they can do little to respond to the greater uncertainty inherent in climate change. The role of policy will be to address this residual uncertainty, investing in institutions and infrastructure. Notably, climate variability implies a water storage problem: we discuss the different roles that the private and public sector can play in managing the water stock across space and time to prevent agricultural yield fluctuations causing welfare loss.

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Bozzola, M. and T. Swanson. 2014. “Policy implications of climate variability on agriculture: Water management in the Po river basin, Italy.” Environmental Science & Policy 43: 26–38.

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Visalizing a Monumental Past: Archaeology, Nasser's Egypt, and the Early Cold War

William Carruthers

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This article examines geographies of decolonization and the Cold War through a case study in the making of archeological knowledge. The article focuses on an archeological dig that took place in Egypt in the period between the July 1952 Free Officers’ coup and the 1956 Suez crisis. Making use of the notion of the ‘boundary object’, this article demonstrates how the excavation of ancient Egyptian remains at the site of Mit Rahina helped to constitute Nasserist revolutionary modernity and its relationship to wider, post-Second World War political geographies. The dig took place as a result of an Egyptian–American collaboration designed to institute the possibility of archeology taking place along the lines of the Point Four modernization program promoted by the United States. The article discusses how this situation not only engendered contention surrounding the role of the international ‘experts’ appointed to run this excavation work, but also – and as a result – helped to constitute the monumental visual and material shape that archeological evidence relating to the Egyptian past could now take. Egypt’s revolution sat within wider Cold War political struggles, yet the ‘ground-up’ realities of this relationship helped to constitute the sort of past (and future) monumentality proposed by Nasser’s government.

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History of Science, doi: 10.1177/0073275316681800

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Multilateral Possibilities: Decolonization, Preservation, and the Case of Egypt

William Carruthers

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This paper explores the relationship between post–World War II multilateralism, decolonization, and practices of preservation in the context of Egypt. Multilateral aid enabled non-Egyptian practitioners to emphasize their continued right to operate in the country via a postwar modernization rhetoric of collaboration and technical skill transfer. Focusing on the aftermath of one collaborative excavation, this paper shows, however, that multilateralism's growth in importance also allowed the Egyptian government to assert its own wishes by making the preservation of particular types of ancient material culture a boundary object around which foreign practitioners were forced to interact.

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Future Anterior: Journal of Historic Preservation, History, Theory, and Criticism 13 (1), 37-48, doi: 10.5749/futuante.13.1.0037

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Nothing out of the Ordinary: Constitution Making as Representative Politics

Solongo Wandan

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Constellations, 22 (1), 2015, 44-58.

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Solongo Wandan Solongo Wandan
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Projects of Improvement, Continuities of Neglect: Re-fragmenting the Periphery in Southern Rural Jordan

Katharina Lenner

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Lenner, K., 2015. Projects of Improvement, Continuities of Neglect: Re-fragmenting the Periphery in Southern Rural Jordan. Middle East - Topics & Arguments, Nr. 5

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European Democracy Deferred: De Gaulle and the Dehousse Plan

Eric O'Connor

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This article examines the rst debate within the European Economic Community (EEC) over democracy following the Treaty of Rome. The treaty called for the newly created European Parliament to draw up a proposal for direct, transnational parliamentary elections. A plan in 1960 led by Fernand Dehousse emerged as the consensus choice. Charles de Gaulle, however, opposed the plan and succeeded in defeating it. We see during the1960 debate over the Dehousse Plan competing interpretations of democracy in European unity that still frame the issue today. At stake was the democratic character of the new EEC as well as the proper role of the public in the uniting of Europe. Should the public vote on matters of European integration via transnational parliamentary elections, national referendums or neither? By analytically reconstructing the key participants’ democratic worldviews, the article contributes to developing a deeper understanding of the debate over direct elections to the European Parliament, a fuller comprehension of the early life of the Treaty of Rome and a sharper realisation of the essential interconnectedness of the development of the EEC and the resumption of national democracy in post-WWII Western Europe. 

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“European Democracy Deferred: De Gaulle and the Dehousse Plan, 1960,” Modern & Contemporary France 25 no. 2, (2017): 209-224

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'Reputation in a box. Objects, communication and trust in late eighteenth-century botanical networks’

Sarah Easterby-Smith

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History of Science 53(2) (June 2015): 180-208.

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'Selling Beautiful Knowledge: Amateurship, Botany and the Market-Place in Late Eighteenth-Century France'

Sarah Easterby-Smith

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Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies 36(4) (2013)

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How to do Transregional History: a Concept, Method and Tool for Early Modern Border Research

Violet Soen

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& Bram De Ridder, Alexander Soetaert, Werner Thomas, Johan Verberckmoes and Sophie Verreyken, ‘How to do Transregional History: a Concept, Method and Tool for Early Modern Border Research’, Journal for Early Modern History 21:3 (2017)

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The Beeldenstorm and the Spanish Habsburg Response (1566-1570)

Violet Soen

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The Beeldenstorm and the Spanish Habsburg Response (1566-1570)’, The Low Countries Historical Review - Bijdragen en Mededelingen betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden 131 (2016) 99-120

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Regionalism in Africa: Genealogies, Institutions and Trans-State Networks, by Daniel C. Bach, Routledge Studies in African Politics and International Relations

Kwaku S. Afesorgbor

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The Journal of Modern African Studies, Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming 2017, 55(3))

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Game Theory in Jurisprudence

Wojciech Zaluski

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Game theory is a branch of mathematics which studies strategic  interactions, i.e., interactions which involve more than one agent and  in which each agent makes her decision while striving to predict the  decisions of other agents. Game theory has been successfully applied in  many areas of both the natural and social sciences, and it is the belief  of this book’s author – Wojciech Załuski –  that it can also be  gainfully invoked in the area of legal philosophy. In this book, Załuski  analyzes such legal-philosophical concepts as legal interpretation,  justice, legal rights, contract, tort and property law through the lens  of game theory. Since the book does not assume any previous knowledge of  game theory, appeals mainly to its conceptual rather than the  technical side, and intertwines game-theoretical analysis with the  philosophical, it will be accessible to a wider circle of readers  interested in legal and moral philosophy.

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http://www.ccpress.pl/produkt/Game_Theory_in_Jurisprudence_50

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L’Orient à Vienne au dix-huitième siècle

L’Orient à Vienne au dix-huitième siècle

David Do Paço

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Oxford, Voltaire Foundation

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Des religions dans la ville. Ressorts et stratégies de coexistence dans l’Europe des XVIe-XVIIIe siècles.

David Do Paço

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À l’époque moderne, les conflits violents ne sont pas l’unique réponse à la division religieuse. Si la ville, carrefour économique, intellectuel et social, est un lieu de production et d’inscription des différences, un lieu de frictions, elle est également le terrain de pratiques et d’arrangements quotidiens de ses populations. Cet ouvrage analyse la polysémie de cette coexistence, de Vilnius à Malaga, d’Amsterdam à Livourne et montre que le modèle de la confessionnalisation y révèle à la fois ses limites et son intérêt. En complément, quatre mises au point thématiques situent l’étude dans les débats historiographiques actuels.

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with Dora De Lima and Laurent Tatarenko Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2010

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Social Mobility in the 20th Century. Class Mobility and occupational Change in the United States and Germany.

Social Mobility in the 20th Century. Class Mobility and occupational Change in the United States and Germany.

Florian Hertel

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Based on a novel class scheme and a unique compilation of German and American data, this book reveals that intergenerational class mobility increased over most of the past century. While country differences in intergenerational mobility are surprisingly small, gender, regional, racial and ethnic differences were initially large but declined over time. At the end of the 20th century, however, mobility prospects turned to the worse in both countries. In light of these findings, the book develops a narrative account of historical socio-political developments that are likely to have driven the basic resemblances across countries but also account for the initial decline and the more recent increase in intergenerational inequality.

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ISBN 978-3-658. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783658147846

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Social Concertation in Times of Austerity

Alexandre Afonso

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Social Concertation in Times of Austerity

(2013) Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press

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Why do governments sometimes negotiate with trade unions and employers about labour market and welfare state reforms, while at other times they do not? Does European integration undermine these patterns of “social concertation”? Social Concertation in Times of Austerity investigates the political underpinnings of social concertation with a focus on the regulation of labour mobility and unemployment protection in Austria and Switzerland, as well as empirical examples from many other European countries. It shows that the involvement of trade unions and employers in policymaking is a strategy of compromise-building used by governments to insulate policies from electoral dynamics when they are faced with partisan divisions, or to pre-empt mass protest when unpopular reforms are likely to have risky electoral consequences.

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“Purely as a matter of social science craftmanship, this book is a model of clear conceptualization, knowledge of the previous literature, elaboration of explicit (even “rival”) working hypotheses, extensive data-collection from a variety of sources and reasonable inferences about causality. For specialists in the field of social concertation or neo-corporatism, it will be a seminal up-dating of the topic that is not likely to be surpassed for some time. For the novice political scientist or sociologist, I cannot think of a monograph that better demonstrates how to take a complex and controversial subject matter and turn it into a comprehensible and convincing piece of research” Philippe C. Schmitter, European University InstituteReview in Swiss Political Science Review.

“Afonso’s interesting comparison of labor mobility (an EU issue) and unemployment policy (a domestic issue) sheds light on why governments sometimes fall back on corporatist institutions, even in the current economic climate. And that reason is, in a word, political: because governments need the cover of such bargaining when they face electoral risks.” Prof. Pepper Culpepper, European University Institute, Florence

“Not so long ago social concertation arrangements were considered an industrial relations phenomenon which was functionally linked either to the institutional endowment of particular countries or to the problem load they faced.  Through an analysis of labor market reforms in Austria and Switzerland, Afonso’s book shows that social concertation is an eminently political phenomenon.  In so doing this interesting book contributes to move comparative political economy research away from rationalistic accounts of optimal designs and to bring it closer to an historically-contingent and actor-centered reconstruction of institutional trajectories.” Prof. Lucio Baccaro, University of Geneva

“This book provides highly interesting insights into the less well-known institutions and procedures of decision-making and policy formulation and their potential impact on policy outcomes and implementation via social concertation. It should stimulate research and debate on the potential for improved social dialogue in the context of the prevalent austerity environment for developing acceptable reforms that could result in balanced social and economic policies” Hedva Sarfati, former ILO Director, Industrial Relations Department, in Transfer.

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Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press

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The Council of Trent : Reform and Controversy in Europe and beyond (1540-1700)

Violet Soen

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W. François (eds.), The Council of Trent : Reform and Controversy in Europe and beyond (1540-1700), V&R, 3 vol., Göttingen, 2017.

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Violet Soen Violet Soen
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The History of the European Migration Regime

The History of the European Migration Regime

Emmanuel Comte

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After the Second World War, the international migration regime in Europe took a course different from the global migration regime and the migration regimes in other regions of the world. From the bureaucratic and restrictive practices that prevailed in most parts of Europe in the late 1940s, the European migration regime was deeply transformed by the gradual implementation of the free movement of people within the European Community, of European citizenship, and of the Schengen agreements in their internal and external dimensions. They have produced a regional regime in Europe with an unparalleled degree of intra-regional openness and an unparalleled degree of closure towards migrants from outside Europe. On the basis of relevant national and international archives, this book explains how German geopolitical and geo-economic strategies during the Cold War shaped the openness of that original regime. The History of the European Migration Regime highlights how the regime was instrumental for Germany to create a stable international order in Western Europe after the war, conducive to German reunification, the rollback of Russian influence from Central Europe, and German economic expansion. The book embraces a large time frame, mostly between 1947 and 1992, and deals with all types of migration between and towards European countries: the movements of unskilled labourers, skilled professionals, and self-employed workers, along with the migrants’ family members, examining both their access to economic activity and their social and political rights.

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Comte, Emmanuel. The History of the European Migration Regime: Germany’s Strategic Hegemony. London: Routledge, 2018 (Routledge Studies in Modern European History). ISBN: 9781138060524.

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Emmanuel Comte Emmanuel Comte
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Regional Parliaments and the Early Warning System: An Assessment and Some Suggestions for Reform

Regional Parliaments and the Early Warning System: An Assessment and Some Suggestions for Reform

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Diane Fromage in Anna Jonsson Cornell and Marco Goldoni (eds), National and Regional parliaments in the EU legislative procedure post-Lisbon, The impact of the Early Warning System. Hart publishing

A Trans-Imperial Sociability: Ottoman Embassies in 18th-Century Vienna

David Do Paço

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In Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World c.1410-1800, ed. Jan Hennings & Tracey Sowerby (London: Routledge, forthcoming)

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Un islam approprié. La Bosnie et l’Herzégovine au XVIe et XVIIe siècle

Un islam approprié. La Bosnie et l’Herzégovine au XVIe et XVIIe siècle

David Do Paço

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L’islamisation de la Bosnie doit être replacée dans une chronologie différente de celle de sa conquête militaire et de son intégration à l’Empire ottoman. Elle est le fait autant d’une politique volontariste que d’un pragmatisme des sociétés locales qui se l’approprient et donnent naissance à un islam original et syncrétique, permettant le maintien de solidarités sociales anciennes. L’islam est un élément nouveau qui, une fois transformé, conforte les structures de la société bosnienne des xvie et xviie siècles, tout comme il suscite, d’une part, l’inquiétude d’une élite traditionnelle, et pose aux autorités politiques et religieuses un vrai problème de contrôle social, et, d’autre part, la condamnation des Églises chrétiennes. L’islamisation de la Bosnie se fait donc tout autant sans, qu’avec et contre l’Empire ottoman. Aussi, l’idée même d’un entre-deux de l’Europe et de l’Islam se dissipe à mesure que les pratiques liées à cette islamisation se complexifient et nous obligent à considérer la subtilité des frontières de la Chrétienté et de l’Islam. Si l’idée de l’existence d’un crypto-christianisme les confirme, limitant l’islam à une pratique publique et le christianisme à une pratique privée, la thèse d’un syncrétisme les révoque, les plaçant toutes deux à un même niveau de lecture. La banalité des pratiques, leur infléchissement progressif et imperceptible, ainsi que le souci de conserver des liens établis et utiles dominent. En Bosnie aussi, il semble qu’il fallait que tout change pour rien ne change.

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Les Musulmans dans l’histoire de l’Europe, t. 2. Passages et contacts en Méditerranée, éd. Jocelyne Dakhlia et Wolfgang Kaiser (Paris: Albin Michel, 2013), p. 191-217.

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David Do Paço David Do Paço
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Dutch and English Approaches to Cross-Cultural Trade in Mughal India and the Problem of Trust, circa 1600-1630

Guido van Meersbergen

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Beyond Empires: Global, Self-Organizing, Cross-Imperial Networks, 1500-1800, eds. Cátia Antunes and Amélia Polónia (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2016), 69-87.

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Guido van Meersbergen Guido van Meersbergen
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Kijken en bekeken worden: Een Nederlandse gezant in Delhi, 1677-1678

Guido van Meersbergen

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Aan de overkant. Ontmoetingen in dienst van de VOC en WIC (1600-1800), ed. Lodewijk Wagenaar (Leiden: Sidestone Press, 2015), 201-216.

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Guido van Meersbergen Guido van Meersbergen
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Impact of Economic Diplomacy in Africa: The impact of Regional Integration versus Bilateral Diplomacy on Bilateral Trade,

Kwaku S. Afesorgbor

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The paper examines the impact of two main instruments of economic diplomacy - regional integration and bilateral diplomacy on exports among African states. We test whether there is evidence of a trade-off or complementary interaction between regional integration and commercial diplomacy in trade facilitation. We compare the effects of these two instruments of economic diplomacy on bilateral trade by employing a gravity model for 45 African states over the period 1980-2005. The results show that bilateral diplomatic exchange is a relatively more significant determinant of bilateral exports among African states compared to regional integration. We also find a nuanced interaction between these two instruments of economic diplomacy: the trade–stimulating effect of diplomatic exchange is less pronounced among African countries that shared membership of the same regional bloc. Generally, this could mean that there exists a trade-off between regional integration and commercial diplomacy in facilitating exports or a lack of complementarity between these two instruments of economic diplomacy.

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Handbook of Economic Diplomacy Research, Edward Elgar Publishing, UK, Forthcoming

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Kwaku S. Afesorgbor Kwaku S. Afesorgbor
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Grounding Ideologies: Archaeology, Decolonization and the Cold War in Egypt

William Carruthers

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In Leslie James and Elisabeth Leake (eds) "Decolonization and the Cold War: Negotiating Independence". London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 167-182.

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William Carruthers William Carruthers
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Executive accountability to national parliaments in post-crisis EU affairs: The persistent shortcomings in the Councial and the European Council oversight

Diane Fromage

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In D. Jancic (Ed.), National parliaments after the Lisbon Treaty and the Euro crisis: Resilience or resignation?. (pp. 159-175). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Diane Fromage Diane Fromage
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Verfassungsgebung Jenseits der Konstituante: Solidarność und die politische Mobilisierung in Polen 1993-1997

Solongo Wandan

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Die Verfassung des Politischen: Festschrift für Hans Vorländer, ed. by Andre Brodocz et. al (Berlin: Axel Springer, 2014), with Maik Herold.

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Solongo Wandan Solongo Wandan
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Okulare Demokratie und die Frage nach der demokratischen Ermächtigung

Solongo Wandan

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Okulare Demokratie - Der Bürger als Zuschauer, ed. by Dominik Hammer, Marie Kajewski (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag), with Felix Gerlsbeck.

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Solongo Wandan Solongo Wandan
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Procedural Rules and Majoritarian Politics During Constitutional Replacements in Poland (1993-1997) and Hungary (2010-2011)

Solongo Wandan

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Constitution Making in Democratic Constitutional Orders, ed. by Gabriel Negretto, forthcoming.

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Solongo Wandan Solongo Wandan
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'On Diplomacy and Botanical Gifts: France, Mysore and Mauritius in 1788'

Sarah Easterby-Smith

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in Yota Batsaki, Sarah Burke Cahalan and Anatole Tchikine (eds.), The Botany of Empire in the Long Eighteenth Century

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Jörg Balsiger

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List of publications as of August 2016

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Histories of Egyptology: Interdisciplinary Measures

William Carruthers

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Histories of Egyptology are increasingly of interest: to Egyptologists, archaeologists, historians, and others. Yet, particularly as Egypt undergoes a contested process of political redefinition, how do we write these histories, and what (or who) are they for?  This volume addresses a variety of important themes, the historical involvement of Egyptology with the political sphere, the manner in which the discipline stakes out its professional territory, the ways in which practitioners represent Egyptological knowledge, and the relationship of this knowledge to the public sphere. Histories of Egyptology provides the basis to understand how Egyptologists constructed their discipline. Yet the volume also demonstrates how they construct ancient Egypt, and how that construction interacts with much wider concerns: of society, and of the making of the modern world.

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New York: Routledge.

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William Carruthers William Carruthers
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Le fédéralisme européen

Le fédéralisme européen

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Ed. G. Martinico and G. Delledonne Politique européenne, n. 53, 2016, 130 pages

Revisiting the effect of regional integration on African trade: evidence from meta-analysis and gravity model

Kwaku S. Afesorgbor

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Two main shortcomings flaw the estimation of gravity model in previous studies that examined the trade-creating effects of African Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs). First, these studies fail to account for the multilateral resistance term. This omission makes the estimates from standard gravity model bias and inconsistent. Second, there is a significant proportion of zero trade flows, however, these studies also fail to account for them properly. They use either the Tobit model or replace zero flows with arbitrary small values. Apart from these problems, they also exhibit considerable heterogeneity in the RTA effects on trade. In this paper, a meta-analysis of previous empirical studies is conducted to derive a combined effect size and also to explain the heterogeneity. In addition, I use the gravity model to compare the trade-creating effect of the main African RTAs. Using the gravity model, I compare the estimation methods of previous studies to the Poisson pseudo-maximum-likelihood estimator that tackles the zero flows. From the meta-analysis, I find a general positive effect of African RTAs of about 27%–32%. A comparative assessment of the RTAs using gravity model shows a striking heterogeneity.

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The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development An International and Comparative Review Volume 26, 2017 - Issue 2

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Kwaku S. Afesorgbor Kwaku S. Afesorgbor
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The Impact of Economic Sanctions on Income Inequality of Target States

Kwaku S. Afesorgbor

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In this paper, we draw on established theoretical work to analyze empirically which segments of the population in the target states bear the most cost when economic sanctions are imposed. Using a cross-country analysis of 68 target states from 1960 to 2008, we find robust empirical evidence that the imposition of sanctions has a deleterious effect on income inequality. Focusing on various sanction instruments, financial and trade sanctions were found to have different impacts on income inequality. Lastly, the adverse effect of the sanctions is more severe on income inequality when sanctions span longer duration.

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World Development Volume 83, July 2016, Pages 1–11

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Kwaku S. Afesorgbor Kwaku S. Afesorgbor
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Measuring Multi-Membership in Economic Integration and Its Trade Impact: A Comparative Study of ECOWAS and SADC

Kwaku S. Afesorgbor

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One of the intriguing aspects of African regional trade agreements (RTAs) is the extent of multi-membership, where many African countries are members of more than one RTA. Using a gravity model for 25 countries and the years 1980-2006, we measure the extent of multi-membership and compare its impact in two major African regional blocs, Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) and Southern Africa Development Community (SADC). We find that the impact of multi-membership critically depends on the characteristics of the multi-membership of regional integration initiatives. We find a positive impact if an additional membership complements the integration process of the original regional integration initiative: overlapping memberships had a much stronger and significant positive effect on bilateral trade within ECOWAS compare with an insignificant impact within the SADC

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South African Journal of Economics, (2014), 82(4), 518-530

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Kwaku S. Afesorgbor Kwaku S. Afesorgbor
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Writing East India Company History after the Cultural Turn: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Seventeenth-Century EIC and VOC

Guido van Meersbergen

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Journal of Early Modern Cultural Studies (Autumn 2017)

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Guido van Meersbergen Guido van Meersbergen
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The Merchant-Diplomat in Comparative Perspective: Dutch and other Embassies to the Court of Aurangzeb, 1660-1666

Guido van Meersbergen

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Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World c.1410-1800, eds. Tracey Sowerby and Jan Hennings (New York: Routledge, 2017)

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Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2011-2012

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2011-2012

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The MWP Annual Report for the acacemic year 2011-2012 has just been published.  The report includes a description of the programme activities, speakers and Fellows. In addition the nwe affiliation of the Fellows, their publications and other activities undertaken by them during their Max Weber Fellwoship are mentioned. Take a look and see how the year went by.

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Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2010-2011

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2010-2011

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The Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2010-2011 was published in October 2011 - view it online here

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Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2009-2010

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2009-2010

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The Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2009-2010 was published in the fall of 2010 - take a look back here.

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Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2008-2009

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2008-2009

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the Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2008-2009 was published in the fall of 2009 - See what happended that year at the MWP here

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Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2007-2008

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2007-2008

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The Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2007-2008 was published in the fall 2008 - see what went on that year by clicking this link

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Max Weber Programme, EUI

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2006-2007

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2006-2007

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The first Annual Report of the Max Weber Programme was published in the fall of 2007 - see more here

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Max Weber Programme, EUI

The Max Weber Programme 2006 – 2013: The Villa La Fonte years

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The Max Weber Programme team is in the process of preparing a 7-year report, which will summarize the most relevant features of the Programme in its first seven years. From September 2006, when the Programme opened its doors at Villa La Fonte to the first cohort of 40 Max Weber Fellows, to the summer of 2013 when the MWP faces a number of major changes. From the start Villa La Fonte was the home and a meeting point of the MWP, it has provided a beautiful place in which to reflect, discuss and work, and has given character to the MWP. In the end, however, what characterizes the MWP in these first years are:  the Max Weber Fellows, the MWP activities and the people who have made them possible.

The report will focus on these characteristics: it will provide basic ‘historical’ statistics of the MWP, contain a new study by the Academic Careers Observatory, assess the impact of the postdoctoral programme, and it will highlight the main Multidisciplinary Research and Academic Practice Activities of the programme. These activities have evolved throughout the years, as the MWP has been a learning experience from its outset, but they have also provided continuity and structure to the programme, making it unique within the Social Sciences and Humanities.

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Report on the first 7 years of the Max Weber Programme (upcoming)

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2012-2013

Max Weber Programme Annual Report 2012-2013

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The MWP Annual Report for the acacemic year 2012-2013 has just been published.  The report includes a description of the programme activities, speakers and Fellows. In addition the nwe affiliation of the Fellows, their publications and other activities undertaken by them during their Max Weber Fellwoship are mentioned. Take a look and see how the year went by.

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Max Weber Programme, EUI

The politics of pledging: reflections on the London donors conference for Syria

Katharina Lenner

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Lenner, K., 2016. The politics of pledging: reflections on the London donors conference for Syria. European University Institute. (MPC Policy Briefs; 2016/03)

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Blasts from the past: Policy legacies and memories in the making of the Jordanian response to the Syrian refugee crisis

Katharina Lenner

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Lenner, K., 2016. Blasts from the past: Policy legacies and memories in the making of the Jordanian response to the Syrian refugee crisis. Working Paper. European University Institute. (EUI Working Papers, Max Weber Red Number Series; 2016/32)

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Protests in Jordan:Rumblings in the Kingdom of Dialogue

Katharina Lenner

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Lenner, K. and Bouziane, M., 2011. Protests in Jordan:Rumblings in the Kingdom of Dialogue. Working Paper. Berlin: Center for Middle Eastern and North African Politics. (Working Papers; 1)

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Katharina Lenner Katharina Lenner
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