Max Weber Programme Working Papers

We lost - But who won the war in Afghanistan : critical lessons for future Western engagement

Author: STEVENS, Friso
Year: 2021
Abstract: Far from an “orderly drawdown” and without conferring with NATO allies, President Biden in April announced the end of the US engagement in …

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Learning and aciclicity in the market game

Authors: DOLGOPOLOV, Artur; MARTINELLI, César
Year: 2021
Abstract: We show that strategic market games, the non-cooperative implementation of a matching with transfers or an assignment game, are weakly acyclic. This …

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Shifting from party politics to civil society : hybrid trajectories of Islamist engagement in post-authoritarian Tunisia

Author: SIGILLÒ, Ester
Year: 2021
Abstract: This study investigates why and how Tunisian Islamist activists committed to new forms of socio-political engagement alongside, or as an alternative …

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The productivity puzzle and the decline of unions

Author: MITRA, Aruni
Year: 2021
Abstract: What explains the sudden vanishing of the procyclicality of productivity in the U.S. during the 1980s? Using cross-sectional evidence from states and …

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Regulation & delegation : public sector wage-setting systems and the two models of state-led wage restraint in Western Europe

Author: DI CARLO, Donato
Year: 2021
Abstract: Systematic variation in the outcomes of public sector wage-setting (PSWS) persists in Europe. PSWS is generally analyzed as a problem of …

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Asset purchases, limited asset markets participation and inequality

Author: TSIARAS, Stylianos
Year: 2021
Abstract: This paper examines the impact of quantitative easing (QE) on aggregate demand and inequality in a restricted financial participation economy. It …

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Reassuring the markets : the new politics of social concertation in acute crisis times

Author: TASSINARI, Arianna
Year: 2021
Abstract: Why do governments facing economic and financial crises sometimes engage organised producer groups in policymaking through social concertation, and …

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Guerra ed economia : la graduale distruzione della Libia

Author: CAPASSO, Matteo
Year: 2020
Abstract: This paper questions dominant analyses about Libya’s present ‘war economy’ and ‘statelessness’, which are often deployed to explain the country’s …

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