Kevin L Young
Kevin L Young
Full Professor, Department of Economics
Verificeret mail på umass.edu - Startside
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Gridlock: Why global cooperation is failing when we need it most
T Hale, D Held, K Young
Polity, 2013
Transnational regulatory capture? An empirical examination of the transnational lobbying of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision
KL Young
Review of international political economy 19 (4), 663-688, 2012
Leveraged interests: Financial industry power and the role of private sector coalitions
S Pagliari, KL Young
Review of international political economy 21 (3), 575-610, 2014
Financial industry groups' adaptation to the post‐crisis regulatory environment: Changing approaches to the policy cycle
K Young
Regulation & Governance 7 (4), 460-480, 2013
The interest ecology of financial regulation: interest group plurality in the design of financial regulatory policies
S Pagliari, K Young
Socio-economic review 14 (2), 309-337, 2016
Capital united? Business unity in regulatory politics and the special place of finance
K Young, S Pagliari
Regulation & Governance 11 (1), 3-23, 2017
The networks and niches of international political economy
L Seabrooke, KL Young
Review of International Political Economy 24 (2), 288-331, 2017
Cultural politics in a global age
H Moore, D Held
Oneworld Publications, 2008
Does science fiction affect political fact? Yes and no: A survey experiment on “Killer Robots”
KL Young, C Carpenter
International Studies Quarterly 62 (3), 562-576, 2018
Not by structure alone: power, prominence, and agency in American finance
K Young
Business and Politics 17 (3), 443-472, 2015
Regulatory opportunism: Cross‐national patterns in national banking regulatory responses following the global financial crisis
KL Young, SH Park
Public Administration 91 (3), 561-581, 2013
Losing abroad but winning at home: European financial industry groups in global financial governance since the crisis
K Young
Europe’s Place in Global Financial Governance after the Crisis, 52-73, 2016
Gridlock: from self‐reinforcing interdependence to second‐order cooperation problems
T Hale, D Held, K Young
Global policy 4 (3), 223-235, 2013
The promise and perils of using big data in the study of corporate networks: Problems, diagnostics and fixes
E Heemskerk, K Young, FW Takes, B Cronin, J GARCIA‐BERNARDO, ...
Global Networks 18 (1), 3-32, 2018
The financialization of policy preferences: financial asset ownership, regulation and crisis management
S Pagliari, LM Phillips, KL Young
Socio-Economic Review 18 (3), 655-680, 2020
An empirical investigation of the financialization convergence hypothesis
S Maxfield, WK Winecoff, KL Young
Review of international political economy 24 (6), 1004-1029, 2017
Great Expectations, Slow Transformation: Incremental Change in Financial Governance
A Baker, S Botzem, M Carstensen, I Kjar, S Pagliari, L Quaglia, T Rixen, ...
Ecpr Press, 2014
Beyond the revolving door: Advocacy behavior and social distance to financial regulators
KL Young, T Marple, J Heilman
Business and Politics 19 (2), 327-364, 2017
The wall street-main street nexus in financial regulation: Business coalitions inside and outside the financial sector in the regulation of OTC derivatives
S Pagliari, K Young
Great Expectations, Slow Transformations. Incremental Change in Finance …, 2013
How financialization is reproduced politically
S Pagliari, KL Young
The Routledge international handbook of financialization, 113-124, 2020
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