Multinational corporations, global production networks, industrial and employment relations, worker participation, SEEUROPE - Workers participation at board level in the SE
Drahokoupil J and Domonkos S (2014) Is the egg basket worth its price? The fiscal implications of pension privatization in Eastern Europe. In: Clemens B, Eich F, and Gupta S (eds), Equitable and sustainable pensions: Challenges and experience, Washington DC: International Monetary Fund, pp. 155–178. Also available at SSRN.
‘Transition economies after the crisis of 2008: Actors and policies’ (2013, co–edited with Martin Myant), special issue of Europe–Asia Studies, 65, 373-570.
‘Averting the funding–gap crisis: East European pension reforms after 2008’ (2012, with Stefan Domonkos), Global Social Policy, 12(3), 283-299. Also available at SSRN.
‘International integration, varieties of capitalism, and resilience to crisis in transition economies’ (2012, with Martin Myant), Europe–Asia Studies, 64(1), 1–33 (ISSN 0966–8136)
Transition economies: Political economy in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia (2011, co–authored with Martin Myant), Hoboken, NJ: Wiley–Blackwell, ISBN 978–0–470–59619–7 (416 p.) [Reviews available at http://bit.ly/tranec.]
Globalization and the state in Central and Eastern Europe: The politics of foreign direct investment (2008), London: Routledge, ISBN 978–0–415–59027–3 (paperback) 978–0–415–46603–5 (hardback) 978–0–203–89208–4 (electronic) (255 p.). [Reviews available at http://bit.ly/globcee.]
Contradictions and limits of neoliberal European governance: From Lisbon to Lisbon (2008, co–edited with Bastiaan van Apeldoorn & Laura Horn), Basingstoke: Palgrave, ISBN 978–0230537095 (322 p.).
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Jan Drahokoupil (University of Mannheim and ETUI) and Stefan Domonkos (University of Mannheim)