Max Weber Programme Articles

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Skill-biased liberalization : Germany’s transition to the knowledge economy

Authors: DIESSNER, Sebastian; DURAZZI, Niccolo; HOPE, David
Citation: Politics and society, 2021, OnlineFirst
Year: 2021
Abstract: This article conceptualizes the evolution of the German political economy as the codevelopment of technological and institutional change. The notion …

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Linguistic diversity and the court system in dualist Hungary

Author: BERECZ, Ágoston István
Citation: Multilingua, 2020, OnlineFirst
Year: 2020
Abstract: Dualist Hungary (1867–1918) was the linguistically most diverse would-be nation-state in the long nineteenth century, with less than half of its …

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All-In or All-Out : Why Insularity Pushes and Pulls American Grand Strategy to Extremes

Author: VAN HOOFT, Paul Alexander
Citation: Security studies, 2020, Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 701-729
Year: 2020
Abstract: Critics of the expansive US grand strategy of deep engagement argue that the United States should pursue strategies of retrenchment to avoid …

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Land rush : American grand strategy, NATO enlargement, and European fragmentation

Author: VAN HOOFT, Paul Alexander
Citation: International politics, 2020, Vol. 57, pp. 530-553
Year: 2020
Abstract: This article argues that NATO enlargement, while stabilizing Central and Eastern Europe, still undermined other aspects of European security over the …

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Accountability through mutual attunement : how can parliamentary hearings connect the elected and the unelected?

Authors: ERIKSEN, Andreas; KATSAITIS, Alexander
Citation: Public policy and administration, 2020, OnlineFirst
Year: 2020
Abstract: The increased authority delegated to independent agencies raises questions about the conditions of politically accountable governance, and …

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The ruling of the Bundesverfassungsgericht in PSPP : an inquiry into its repercussions on the Economic and Monetary Union

Author: DERMINE, Paul
Citation: European constituional law review, 2020, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 525-551
Year: 2020
Abstract: The ‘German court has set a bomb under the EU legal order’. This is certainly no overstatement from Martin Sandbu, influential columnist for …

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Historical tools and current societal challenges : reflections on a collection of environmental migration cases

Author: BIASILLO, Roberta
Citation: Fennia, 2020, Vol. 198, No. 1-2, pp. 151-162
Year: 2020
Abstract: Through considering a "Geo Archive" as a tool of history, this paper explores several conundrums concerning environmental migration in social …

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The very grounds underlying twentieth-century authoritarian regimes : building soil fertility in Italian Libya and the Brazilian Cerrado

Authors: BIASILLO, Roberta; DA SILVA, Claiton M.
Citation: Comparative studies in society and history, 2021, Vol. 63, No. 2, pp. 366-339
Year: 2021
Abstract: This article analyzes the role of soil in the making of authoritarian regimes and illustrates twentieth-century practices and discourses related to …

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