Cornel Ban
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Brazil's liberal neo-developmentalism: New paradigm or edited orthodoxy?
C Ban
Review of International Political Economy, 1-34, 2012
2332012
Ruling Ideas: How Global Neoliberalism Goes Local
C Ban
Oxford University Press, 2016
2102016
The BRICs and the Washington consensus: An introduction
C Ban, M Blyth
Review of international political economy 20 (2), 241-255, 2013
1442013
Banking on bonds: the new links between states and markets
D Gabor, C Ban
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 54 (3), 617-635, 2016
1092016
Austerity versus stimulus? Understanding fiscal policy change at the International Monetary Fund since the great recession
C Ban
Governance 28 (2), 167-183, 2015
952015
Economic transnationalism and its ambiguities: the case of Romanian migration to Italy
C Ban
International Migration, 2009
692009
Recalibrating policy orthodoxy: The IMF since the great recession
C Ban, K Gallagher
Governance 28 (2), 131-146, 2015
522015
Sovereign debt, austerity, and regime change: the case of Nicolae Ceausescu’s Romania
C Ban
East European Politics and Societies 26 (4), 743-776, 2012
522012
Grey matter in shadow banking: international organizations and expert strategies in global financial governance
C Ban, L Seabrooke, S Freitas
Review of International Political Economy 23 (6), 1001-1033, 2016
512016
Dependenţă şi dezvoltare: economia politică a capitalismului romānesc
C Ban
Editura Tact, 2014
46*2014
Neoliberalism in translation: Economic ideas and reforms in Spain and Romania
C Ban
352011
The political economy of shadow banking
C Ban, D Gabor
Review of International Political Economy 23 (6), 901-914, 2016
312016
Heinrich von Stackelberg and the diffusion of Ordoliberal economics in Franco's Spain
C Ban
History of Economic Ideas, 4, 2013
24*2013
From cocktail to dependence: revisiting the foundations of dependent market economies
C Ban
Available at SSRN 2233056, 2013
222013
Dependent development at a crossroads? Romanian capitalism and its contradictions
C Ban
West European Politics, 2019
17*2019
The Professional Politics of the Austerity Debate: A Comparative Field Analysis of the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund
C Ban, B Patenaude
Public Administration, 2019
17*2019
Europe's Toxic Twins: Government Debt in Financialized Times
D Gabor, C Ban
The Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation and Reform, 2016
17*2016
From Designers to Doctrinaires: Staff Research and Fiscal Policy Change at the IMF', Elites on Trial (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 43)
C Ban
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015
16*2015
From crisis to stability: How to make the ESM transparent and accountable
C Ban, L Seabrooke
Transparency International, 2017
13*2017
Beyond Anticommunism: The Fragility of Class Analysis in Romania
C Ban
East European Politics and Societies 29 (3), 640-650, 2015
122015
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