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Kevin L Young
Kevin L Young
Full Professor, Department of Economics
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Gridlock: Why global cooperation is failing when we need it most
T Hale, D Held, K Young
Polity, 2013
5672013
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
2782012
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
2122014
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
1292013
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
1162016
Capital united? Business unity in regulatory politics and the special place of finance
K Young, S Pagliari
Regulation & Governance 11 (1), 3-23, 2017
1012017
The networks and niches of international political economy
L Seabrooke, KL Young
Review of International Political Economy 24 (2), 288-331, 2017
802017
Cultural politics in a global age
H Moore, D Held
Oneworld Publications, 2008
772008
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
682018
Not by structure alone: power, prominence, and agency in American finance
K Young
Business and Politics 17 (3), 443-472, 2015
652015
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
592013
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
552016
Gridlock: from self‐reinforcing interdependence to second‐order cooperation problems
T Hale, D Held, K Young
Global policy 4 (3), 223-235, 2013
542013
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
512018
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
482020
An empirical investigation of the financialization convergence hypothesis
S Maxfield, WK Winecoff, KL Young
Review of international political economy 24 (6), 1004-1029, 2017
472017
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
472014
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
432017
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
332013
How financialization is reproduced politically
S Pagliari, KL Young
The Routledge international handbook of financialization, 113-124, 2020
312020
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