Publications

Wolf, Marcus (2018): Ain`t misbehaving: Behavioral economics and the making of financial literacy. In: Economic Sociology – The European Electronic Newsletter 19(2), pp. 10-18.

Möller, Sebastian (2018): Brand mit Ansage: Der Grenfell Tower als Exempel.
In: Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik 2/2018, pp. 29-32.

Besedovsky, Natalia (2017): Financialization as calculative practice: the rise of structured finance and the cultural and calculative transformation of credit rating agencies, in: Socio-Economic Review, published online 11 December 2017

Botzem, Sebastian (2017): International Accounting Standards in Africa: Selective Recursivity for the ‘Happy Few?, in: Global Policy 8 (4), pp. 553-562
(with Sigrid Quack & Solomon Zori)

Botzem, Sebastian (2017): Financialization as strategy: Accounting for inter-organizational value creation in the European real estate industry, in: Accounting, Organizations and Society 59: 31-43 (with Leonhard Dobusch)

Möller, Sebastian (2017): From Hammersmith to Newham: Austerity, Local Authority Debt & Financial Markets. Discover Society (Issue 47, August 2017).

Botzem, Sebastian (2015): Legitimation Strategies of Corporate Elites in the Field of Labor Regulation: Changing Responses to Global Framework Agreements, in: Glenn Morgan, Paul Hirsch, Sigrid Quack (eds.), Elites on Trial, Research in the Sociology
of Organizations 43, Emerald, pp. 243 – 26 (with Markus Helfen and Elke Schüßler)

Botzem, Sebastian (2015): The European Union’s Role in International Economic Fora. Paper 7: The IASB. Study for the ECON Committee, Directorate General for Internal Policies, Policy Department A: Economic and Scientific Policy,
IP/A/ECON/2014-15 PE 592.196

Botzem, Sebastian (2014): Trust in Transparency – Value Dynamics and the Reorganization of the Baltic Financial Markets, in: Susanna Alexius & Kristina Tamm Hallström (eds.), Configuring Value Conflicts in Markets, Edward Elgar Publishing,
pp. 63 – 81 (with Mathilda Dahl)

Botzem, Sebastian (2014): Transnational standard setting in accounting: Organizing expertise-based self-regulation in times of crises, in: Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2014 (27), pp. 933 – 955

Botzem, Sebastian (2014): Strategisches Erzählen – strategisches Befragen: Macht und Reflexivität in Expert*inneninterviews mit Finanzeliten, in: Unger, Hella, Narimani, Petra, M’Bayo, Rosaline (eds.), Forschungsethik in der qualitativen Forschung. Reflexivität, Persepektiven, Positionen, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, pp. 59 – 76

Botzem, Sebastian (2014): Globalisierte Finanzmärkte als Herausforderung für demokratische Gesellschaften – zur Legitimierung des Investorenprimats in der Unternehmensrechnungslegung, in: Martin Held, Gisela Kubon-Gilke, Richard Sturn (eds.), Unsere Institutionen in Zeiten der Krisen. Normative und institutionelle Grundfragen der Ökonomik, Metropolis, pp. 149 – 170

Botzem, Sebastian (2013): Continuity of expert rule. Global accountancy regulation after the crisis, in: Manuela Moschella & Eleni Tsingou (eds.), Great Expectations, Slow Transformations: Incremental change in financial regulation, Colchester: ECPR Press, pp. 149 – 171

Besedovsky, Natalia (2012): Politischer Ritterschlag für Ratingagenturen: Regulatorisches Outsourcing und der Beitrag von Gesetzgebern zur Macht der Ratingagenturen., in: Klaus Kraemer & Sebastian Nessel (eds.): Entfesselte Finanzmärkte? Soziologische Analysen zu Entwicklung und Krisen moderner Finanzmärkte, Frankfurt a.M.: Campus

Botzem, Sebastian (2012): Standardization Cycles. A Process Perspective on the Formation and Diffusion of Transnational Standards, in: Organization Studies, 33 (5-6), pp. 737 – 762 (with Leonhard Dobusch)

Botzem, Sebastian (2012): Dienstleister der Finanzialisierung. Fragmentierte Organisation und kalkulierte Profite in der Immobilienwirtschaft, in: Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 64 (4), pp. 673 – 700 (with Leonhard Dobusch)

Botzem, Sebastian (2012): The Politics of Accounting Regulation. Organizing Transnational Standard Setting in Financial Reporting., Cheltenham/Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing

Besedovsky, Natalia (2009): Die Wirtschaft als Thema der Soziologie (The Economy as a Subject of Sociological Research), in: Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, pp. 22 – 42 (with Jens Beckert), Link (Date: 16.01.2015)

Other publications & blog contributions

Möller, Sebastian (2018): What would Colin say? (Report on the “Beyond Neoliberalism” Workshop with Colin Crouch in Wuppertal). Soziopolis, 11 April 2018.

Wolf, Marcus (2017): Die symbolische Gewalt von Schulden. Gewaltordnungen (Blog of the DVPW Working Group  on Orders of Violence), 28 November 2017.

Möller, Sebastian (2017): Book review: Kerry-Anne Mendoza, Austerity: The Demolition of the Welfare State and the Rise of the Zombie Economy. In: Political Studies Review
(First published October 27, 2017).

Möller, Sebastian (2017): London´s Grenfell Tower Fire and the Financialization of Local Governance. Governace across borders, 04 August 2017.

Möller, Sebastian (2017): Financializing town halls: Local councils, LOBO loans and the derivatives markets. SPERI comment, 26 June 2017.

Möller, Sebastian (2017): Mapping & Understanding the Networked Character of Finance. Manchester Capitalism: A View From The North, 22 May 2017.

Möller, Sebastian (2017): Finance is Society! (Conference report on “Intersections of Finance and Society” 2016). Soziopolis, 30 January 2017.

Wolf, Marcus (2016): The politics of financial literacy education – PhD project description, in: Economic Sociology – The Europan Electronic Newsletter, 17 (3),
pp. 57 – 58, Download PDF, Link, July 2016).

Möller, Sebastian & Wolf, Marcus (2016): Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf das Finanzwesen (Report on the Young Scholars Workshop in Bremen).
Soziopolis, 10 November 2016.

Möller, Sebastian & Wolf, Marcus (2016): Summary: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Global Finance – young scholars workshop.Socializing Finance, 26 October 2016.

Möller, Sebastian & Wolf, Marcus (2016): Den Schulden auf der Spur (Report on the Debt Trails Workshop in Budapest). Soziopolis, 13 April 2016.

Möller, Sebastian & Wolf, Marcus (2016): “Rechtstaatlichkeit muss wehtun” oder: 20 Jahre InIIS (with Ulrich Franke & Roy Karadag). Soziopolis, 11 March 2016.

Botzem, Sebastian & Wolf, Marcus (2015): Freihandelsabkommen TTIP – Eine Gefahr für die Demokratie. IMPULSE Wissenschaftsblog, 5 November 2015.