Wesley Widmaier
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Exogenous shocks or endogenous constructions? The meanings of wars and crises
WW Widmaier, M Blyth, L Seabrooke
International studies quarterly 51 (4), 747-759, 2007
Constructing foreign policy crises: Interpretive leadership in the Cold War and war on terrorism
WW Widmaier
International Studies Quarterly 51 (4), 779-794, 2007
The social construction of the “impossible trinity”: The intersubjective bases of monetary cooperation
WW Widmaier
International Studies Quarterly 48 (2), 433-453, 2004
Economic ideas in political time
W Widmaier
Cambridge University Press, 2016
Micro-or macro-moralities? Economic discourses and policy possibilities
J Best, W Widmaier
Review of International Political Economy 13 (4), 609-631, 2006
Theory as a factor and the theorist as an actor: The “pragmatist constructivist” lessons of John Dewey and John Kenneth Galbraith
WW Widmaier
International Studies Review 6 (3), 427-445, 2004
Constructing monetary crises: New Keynesian understandings and monetary cooperation in the 1990s
WW Widmaier
Review of International Studies 29 (1), 61-77, 2003
Differences beyond theory: Structural, strategic, and sentimental approaches to normative change
WW Widmaier, S Park
International Studies Perspectives 13 (2), 123-134, 2012
The democratic peace is what states make of it: A constructivist analysis of the US-Indian ‘Near-Miss’ in the 1971 South Asian crisis
WW Widmaier
European Journal of International Relations 11 (3), 431-455, 2005
Emotions before paradigms: elite anxiety and populist resentment from the Asian to subprime crises
WW Widmaier
Millennium 39 (1), 127-144, 2010
The Keynesian bases of a constructivist theory of the international political economy
W Widmaier
Millennium 32 (1), 87-107, 2003
The power of economic ideas–through, over and in–political time: the construction, conversion and crisis of the neoliberal order in the US and UK
W Widmaier
Journal of European Public Policy 23 (3), 338-356, 2016
The institutionalist roots of macroprudential ideas: Veblen and Galbraith on regulation, policy success and overconfidence
A Baker, W Widmaier
New Political Economy 19 (4), 487-506, 2014
The benefits of norm ambiguity: constructing the responsibility to protect across Rwanda, Iraq and Libya
WW Widmaier, L Glanville
Contemporary Politics 21 (4), 367-383, 2015
Where you stand depends on how you think: Economic ideas, the decline of the council of economic advisers and the rise of the federal reserve
WW Widmaier
New Political Economy 12 (1), 43-59, 2007
Presidential Rhetoric from Wilson to Obama: Constructing crises, fast and slow
WW Widmaier
Routledge, 2014
Economics are too important to leave to economists: The everyday–and emotional–dimensions of international political economy
W Widmaier
Review of International Political Economy 16 (5), 945-957, 2009
The Social Construction of Wars and Crises as Openings for Change
WW Widmaier, M Blyth, L Seabrooke
International Studies Quarterly 51 (4), 747-759, 2007
Macroprudential ideas and contested social purpose: A response to Terrence Casey
A Baker, W Widmaier
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 17 (2), 371-380, 2015
The meaning of an inflation crisis: steel, Enron, and macroeconomic policy
WW Widmaier
Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 27 (4), 555-573, 2005
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