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Scott James
Scott James
Senior Lecturer in Political Economy, King's College London
Bekræftet mail på kcl.ac.uk - Startside
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Policy windows, ambiguity and Commission entrepreneurship: explaining the relaunch of the European Union's economic reform agenda
P Copeland, S James
Journal of European Public Policy 21 (1), 1-19, 2014
1932014
Brexit, the city and the contingent power of finance
S James, L Quaglia
New political economy 24 (2), 258-271, 2019
462019
Can’t get no learning: the Brexit fiasco through the lens of policy learning
CA Dunlop, S James, CM Radaelli
Journal of European Public Policy 27 (5), 703-722, 2020
362020
The domestic politics of financial regulation: Informal ratification games and the EU capital requirement negotiations
S James
New Political Economy 21 (2), 187-203, 2016
322016
The structural-informational power of business: Credibility, signalling and the UK banking reform process
S James
Journal of European Public Policy 25 (11), 1629-1647, 2018
252018
Adapting to Brussels: Europeanization of the core executive and the ‘strategic-projection’model
S James
Journal of European Public Policy 17 (6), 818-835, 2010
252010
Blair and the European union
S James, K Oppermann
The Blair Legacy, 285-298, 2009
252009
TAMING THE ‘AWKWARD STATE’? THE CHANGING FACE OF EUROPEAN POLICY‐MAKING UNDER BLAIR
S James
Public Administration 87 (3), 604-620, 2009
212009
Reputational leadership and preference similarity: Explaining organisational collaboration in bank policy networks
S James, D Christopoulos
European Journal of Political Research 57 (2), 518-538, 2018
202018
The origins and evolution of the Lisbon Agenda
S James
The EU’s Lisbon Strategy, 8-28, 2012
172012
The Brexit negotiations and financial services: A two‐level game analysis
S James, L Quaglia
The Political Quarterly 89 (4), 560-567, 2018
162018
Why does the United Kingdom (UK) have inconsistent preferences on financial regulation? The case of banking and capital markets
S James, L Quaglia
Journal of public policy 39 (1), 177-200, 2019
152019
The UK and multi-level financial regulation: From post-crisis reform to Brexit
S James, L Quaglia
Oxford University Press, 2020
142020
Managing Europe from home: the changing face of European policy making under Blair and Ahern
S James
Managing Europe from home, 2013
142013
Brexit and the Limits of Financial Power in the UK
S James, L Quaglia
GEG Working Paper, 2017
132017
The politics of bank structural reform: Business power and agenda setting in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany
D Howarth, S James
Business and politics 22 (1), 25-51, 2020
122020
The Rise and Fall of Euro Preparations: Strategic Networking and the Depoliticisation of Labour's National Changeover Plan
S James
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 12 (3), 368-386, 2010
122010
Bank power and public policy since the financial crisis
H Macartney, D Howarth, S James
Business and politics 22 (1), 1-24, 2020
102020
The internationalization of European financial networks: a quantitative text analysis of EU consultation responses
S James, S Pagliari, KL Young
Review of International Political Economy 28 (4), 898-925, 2021
82021
The UK in the multilevel process of financial market regulation: Global pace-setter or national outlier
S James
Multilevel Governance of Financial Market Reform, 121-137, 2015
82015
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